Ken Bain, author of What the Best College Teachers Do, has an online tutorial explaining how to create a syllabus that will better engage your students in their own learning.
A compilation of rewritten course-based student learning outcomes.
This guide of action verbs covering all three domains (cognitive, affective, and pschomotor) will help you write effective, measurable Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs).
Reshape, plan, or simply look again at your Student Learning Outcomes using these handy DIY modules for course redesign.
CET&L has developed a SLO rubric that faculty can use as a self-evaluation tool to assess their rewritten student learning outcomes.