Curriculum & Programme Design
Developing modules and programmes may be part of your teaching role. Here we provide videos and resources on Learning Outcomes (LOs) and Mapping LOs; Module & Programme development; Module Manager (our syllabus software); examples of programmes developed at different levels; and Quality Processes.
The relationship between Learning Outcomes, which are written about individual modules, and the programmes overall objectives is very important.
Our recordings will look at the links and the importance of ensuring programmes are structured to achieve their overall objectives for the students studying them.
Lecturers will be involved in adhering to or even writing learning outcomes early in their professional experience and it is beneficial to know where to find assistance in structuring learning outcomes.
These recordings are available on our “Curriculum and Programme Design” Moodle page.
Programme Development and Quality
- Policy Procedure Forms
- Completing EAPs
- Resources within Module Manager and
- NFU Taxonomy Guidance
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Principle One: Equitable use
Principle Two: Flexibility in use
Principle Three: Simple and Intuitive
Principle Four: Perceptible Information
Principle Five: Tolerance for Error
Principle Six: Low Physical Effort
Principle Seven: Size and Space for Approach and use