Dee Fink’s book: Creating Significant Learning Experiences is now being printed in Japanese! When a link is available for a location to purchase the book online, it will be announced here.
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Inter-Disciplinary Project Using the Taxonomy of Significant Learning
Professors from the University of Oklahoma in Engineering, Geosciences, and Meteorology recently created a set of inter-disciplinary courses that (a) taught computer engineers about the applications of their computer programs and (b) taught students in the geosciences and meteorology about the data collection and [...]
A number of universities are discovering that the best strategy for widespread improvements in student learning is to re-design their courses. One of those is the University of North Texas. During the past six years, their Next Generation Course Redesign Project (NGen) has focused on the redesign of several large general education courses. Using [...]
Two accounting professors at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus redesigned a major course in the Accounting department there: Introduction to Financial Accounting. In the article, they describe how they used the Taxonomy of Significant Learning to formulate a much greater range of learning goals, and used the model of Integrated Course Design to identify new [...]