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Friday, June 24 • 10:00 - 10:50
CON11.06 - Curriculum Mapping Across Disciplines: Strategies Learned From a Multi-Departmental Curriculum Mapping Initiative

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Curriculum mapping (CM) is a process that can be used to document, align, and assess curricular data. The goals of a cross-disciplinary CM initiative at the University of Toronto Mississauga include development of: (1) guidelines for the CM process; (2) cross-disciplinary CM templates; (3) curricular visualization strategies; (4) plans for dissemination and sustainability; and (5) plans for informing students about curricular maps, specifically informing on how maps can be utilized in their academic experiences.

This interactive workshop will demonstrate strategies used for CM in different disciplines, and participants will explore CM templates for mapping course and program learning outcomes. The following will also be explored: strategies for encouraging faculty participation in the CM process; linking curriculum maps with assessment; and using curriculum maps to inform curricular change. Workshop participants are encouraged to bring a USB to the workshop to download CM template materials and sample maps.

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Fiona Rawle

Professor, Teaching Stream, University of Toronto Mississauga
I'm interested in evidence-informed teaching & learning, inquiry-based labs, metacognition, learning through failure

Additional Authors

Barbara Murck

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, Geography, UTM

Elspeth Brown

Associate Professor, Historical Studies, UTM

Rosa Hong

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Language Studies, UTM

Tracey Bowen

Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, and Internship Coordinator, Institute of Communication, Culture, Information and Technology, UTM

Friday June 24, 2016 10:00 - 10:50 EDT
UCC 59