This lesson is actually just the capstone project for this course, in which you are free to design your own course module, based (as much or as loosely as you want) on one of the topics we covered in the earlier lessons of this course. I'd also like you to fill out the anonymous end-of-course survey. Your responses will help me improve the course for future students.
What will we learn in Lesson 8?
By the end of Lesson 8, you should be able to:
- Reflect on the topics we've covered in this course.
- Decide which parts of these topics are appropriate to teach to an audience of your choosing.
- Write a lesson plan and learning objectives to teach your chosen topic to your chosen audience.
What is due for Lesson 8?
The chart below provides an overview of the requirements for Lesson 8. For assignment details, refer to the lesson page noted. We will finish Lesson 8, and this course, by 6 Dec 2016
|Requirement||Submitted for Grading?||Due Date|
|Teaching/Learning Discussion||YES - your participation in the Canvas discussion "Teaching/Learning 3" is part of your course discussion grade||multiple participation spanning 30 Nov - 6 Dec 2016|
|Course capstone project||YES - submit to the Canvas assignment called "Capstone Project." This project is worth 15% of your final course grade.||6 Dec 2016|
|SRTE (Student Rating of Teaching Effectiveness)||No. This is optional and anonymous, but useful for me. Please do it, it won't take you long.||9 Dec 2016|
If you have any questions, please post them to our Questions? Discussion Forum (not e-mail). While you are there, feel free to post your own responses if you, too, are able to help out a classmate.