Designing Courses for Higher Education

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements *
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: Pressures for Change 4
  • 2: The Course Design Process 21
  • 3: Beliefs, Values and Ideologies in Course Design 44
  • 4: Thinking About Goals and Content 70
  • 5: The Structure of the Course 91
  • 6: Making Learning Opportunities More Flexible 113
  • 7: Deciding on Goals and Objectives for Units of Study 130
  • 8: Choosing Teaching Strategies 152
  • 9: Assessment 167
  • 10: Implementing the New Course 187
  • References 205
  • Index 211
  • The Society for Research into Higher Education 217
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