If you’re an instructor whose content, assignments, and activities for a course are already created, you may wonder how to balance marking, present content, and ensure students are cognitively engaged in the course.
With all the technology out there, how do you decide what is appropriate for your course, and more importantly, what is going to most benefit the students learning? You might be one of those instructors who thinks, “If I just ignore it, it will go away.”
The first step in building your course is to identify the learning outcomes for your students providing them with distinct achievement goals towards which to work. Having clearly defined learning outcomes will also help you structure the content of the course more effectually.