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Monday, October 16, 2023 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Stimson Hall, G25
204 East Ave., Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
"Reverse Design and its Role in Curricular and Programmatic Articulation"
Senior Instructional Professor and Director, University of Chicago Language Center
Reverse design, also called backward design, is a framework for curricular planning that begins "at the end." Targeted outcomes and their assessment form the basis for making the many decisions that belong to the process of curricular design and development. In this workshop, a reverse design model will be introduced, and its components defined and described. Multiple concrete examples of how reverse design was applied to solve curricular challenges at the course, course sequence, and programmatic level will be shared.
Bio: Catherine C. Baumann is a Senior Instructional Professor and Director of the University of Chicago Language Center (CLC). She received her Ph.D. in Second Languages and Cultures Education at the University of Minnesota, specializing in reading comprehension and language testing. She directed the German language program at the University of Chicago from 1999-2019, and now oversees all programs in the CLC. She consults for language programs in higher education on a variety of curricular and assessment-related issues.
This event will be held in person in G25 Stimson and will also be streamed live over Zoom (registration required). Join us at the LRC or on Zoom.
The event is free and open to the public. Campus visitors and members of the public must adhere to Cornell's public health requirements for events.