Learner-Centered Design and Evaluation | Spalding University Catalog

ETL-625: Learner-Centered Design and Evaluation

3 credit hours

Explores learner-centered instructional design and evaluation from the lens of teachers and school leaders. A thorough understanding of the instructional process and advanced levels of pedagogy will be developed. Topics include mastery learning, learner-centered designs, and understanding by design and assessment for learning. Developing effective instructional programs will be investigated. Evaluating instructional programs will also be a focus of the course. This vital component will provide teacher and school leaders with the ability to determine whether instructional programs are having their desired effect and what to do if they are not.