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Shaping a Course: Three Considerations

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Shaping a Course: Three Considerations

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Course planning for the coming academic year is either underway or about to start. It offers a chance to look at how learning experiences—exams, assignments, and activities—are sequenced in a course and what they add up to collectively. Assembling learning experiences so that they effectively build content knowledge and promote intellectual growth requires responding to multiple factors and then balancing competing demands. For example, consider these three factors.

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