How to Write A Syllabus
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How to Write A Syllabus

How to Create an Effective Syllabus
3.9 (3 ratings)
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568 students enrolled
Created by Kenny Alger
Last updated 9/2019
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn how to create a syllabus for any type of course
  • Provide a clear statement of intended course goals (learning outcomes).
  • Acquaint students with an overview of the course and what to expect.
  • Establish standards and procedures for evaluation.
  • Define the instructor’s role and responsibility to students.
Requirements
  • Ability to write.
Description

A syllabus is used to communicate information. Broadly this communication conveys what the course is about, why the course is taught, how it will be taught, and what will be required of students to successfully complete the course.

The course syllabus also sets the tone for the class. Creating a learning-centered syllabus versus a traditional syllabus can help foster a more engaging and shared learning environment.

In this course you will learn how to construct a syllabus that will engage students. Learn the various sections of a common syllabus, with best practices for making the syllabus a more valuable tool in any class. Learn how to add policies and grading criteria, and how to summarize exactly what students will accomplish by the end of the course.

Who this course is for:
  • Instructors
  • Anyone interested in learning how to create a syllabus
Course content
Expand all 12 lectures 50:16
+ Creating a Syllabus
10 lectures 45:34
Textbook, software, and supplies
04:09
Course schedule and instructional procedures
05:45
Policies
04:31
Teaching philosophy and grading criteria
06:47
Objectives and outcomes
04:18
Student study guidance
02:57
Reviewing
03:18
Syllabus for online course
05:16
Conclusion
01:26