Since 2008 I have developed or heavily redesigned numerous courses and taught many of them at least once and often more. I use a reflective process and continually modify courses as I chase the elusive “perfect” class.
Below is a sample of more recent courses I have developed, which reflect many of the changed I have explored and implemented over the past few years. For each course listed I have included a brief description of the development process and some of the key decisions I made.
You can also browse a few course shells by visiting my CourseSites homepage. Full access to courses, including archived courses, can be provided upon request.
University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
- CI 2312/4312 Sex, Drugs and the Internet: Educational Perspectives (online)
- CI 2311/4311 Technology and Ethics in Society (online)
- CI 53xx Capstone I: Project Proposal (online)
- CI 53yy Capstone II: Final Project (online)
- CI 5307 Technology for Teaching and Learning (face-to-face w/hybrid elements)
- CI 5361 Teaching and Learning with the Internet (online)