Course-Mapping Camp: Empowering Faculty Creativity for Learner-Centered Design - Learning space design and furniture provided by Steelcase Education, Gold Partner

Thursday, February 21 | 8:30AM–9:15AM PT | Pacific Ballroom A, Second Floor
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Hands-On Workshop
UF’s Course-Mapping Camp (CMC) is an intensive hands-on course development workshop in which faculty work through the backward design process to (re)conceptualize and map a learner-centered course. CMC provides a unique opportunity for faculty reflection, creativity, messiness, and discovery through problem-based peer- and active-learning tasks. In this session, participants will complete a portion of CMC and leave with resources for tailoring a similar offering for their faculty. A UF professor and CMC alum will share his experience with the process and outcomes, which will frame a discussion of potential challenges and benefits in implementation.

Outcomes: Explore how course mapping can support learner-centered design and help faculty identify opportunities for strategic incorporation of learning technologies in their courses * Map a course design retreat for your institution with an understanding of potential challenges in implementation * Appreciate faculty perspectives on this style of professional development

Presenters

  • Shannon Dunn

    Strategic Consultant, Vantage Technology Consulting Group
  • Allyson Haskell

    Instructional Designer, University of Florida
  • John Krigbaum

    Associate Professor, University of Florida

Resources & Downloads

  • Course Mapping Camp Handout for Attendees

    Updated on 11/26/2019
  • Course Mapping Camp Empowering Faculty Creativity for LearnerCentered Design

    Updated on 11/26/2019