Module Objectives (MOs)
- Module Objectives are what the student should know at the end of each module.
- Activities have been created to assess how well students are meeting the Module Objectives.
- Module Objectives for each module are found in your Canvas course on the Module Overview and Objectives page.
- Module Objectives build throughout the term to support Learning Outcomes.
Learning Outcomes (LOs)
- Learning Outcomes are what the student should be able to do by the end of the course.
- MOs are stepping stones to LOs. It is important to check-in on students and their progress toward both MOs and LOs.
- Learning Outcomes are included in your course syllabus.
- Learning Outcomes for individual classes are aligned with overall Program Outcomes
Program Objectives (POs)
- Program Outcomes are what a student should know or be able to do by the end of the entire program.
- What should they know when they leave ERAU
- Module outcomes and Learning outcomes are the stepping stones for Program outcomes.
- Program Outcomes can be found in the Course Catalog for the student’s specific degree program.
- Feel free to review the ERAU – Worldwide Course Catalog!
RCTLE Teaching Tip
- Intentional conversations about learning objectives lead to increased engagement and can help the students know what is required and expected of them.
- Create small talk around LOs and MOs.
- Engage with students through questions or stories.
- If teaching in an online environment where the course is predesigned for you, give feedback on student learning to the course creators.
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Assessing & Improving (3)
This section provides resources for assessing student learning, assessing your teaching, and improving your class(es).
These are how-to documents, guides, tip clips, and just-in-time resources. If it is step-by-step instructions on using a tool, place the item here instead of under Technology.
Here you will find teaching information on pedagogy, policies, professionalism, principles, frameworks, and student populations. Topics include FAC-10, Bloom's Taxonomy, Preterm Setup, and Information for Instructors.
This section provides guidance on classroom management, issues, methods, assessment, improvement, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Topics include feedback, engagement, instructor presence, and active learning.