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Curriculum design in higher education using a learning outcome-led model

Joanna Allan

Curriculum design in higher education using a learning outcome-led model

its influence on how students perceive learning.

by Joanna Allan

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Published by University of Wolverhampton in Wolverhampton .
Written in English


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Dissertation (Ph.D.) - University of Wolverhampton 1997.

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Open LibraryOL16739887M

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Allan, J. Curriculum design in higher education using a learning outcome-led model: Its influence on how students perceive learning, PhD Dissertation, University of by: on the desired learning outcomes of the degree.

Development of Learning - Outcomes Model (LOM) The design of learning experiences in higher education is becoming increasingly outcome-led through rational curriculum planning to the development of expressive out-comes, which includes subject-based, personal transferable and generic academic outcomes.

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Contemporary architectural education has shifted from the traditional focus on providing students with specific knowledge and skill sets or ‘inputs’ to outcome based, student-centred educational approach. Within the outcome based model, students’ performance is assessed against measureable objectives that relate acquired knowledge and skills to performance expectations in higher level.

Learning design model: Student outcome-led design SOLD is our learning design model. It is based on the principles of backward design, a model used for designing courses for both online and face-to-face settings across the world.

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