The Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning

Course Design

We invite you to review this wide range of Course Design resources.

Plan a Course

When effective, classroom assessment is informative for both the students and the instructor of a given course. For students, educative assessment offers an opportunity to receive feedback to shape effort in support of their own learning. At the same time, it signals to instructors that additional instruction or a revised pedagogical approach on a particular topic may be warranted.
If you are interested in learning more about CUREs, or thinking about how to incorporate authentic research experiences into your own course, here are some helpful resources.
Featuring instructor mentoring and UTA teaching strategies, including online and hybrid contexts

Authored by Stefany Garcia ‘20

Revise a course to adjust for unanticipated disruption

These guides from Digital Learning and Design suggest ways to use digital tools like Google, Panopto, Zoom and Canvas to maintain key teaching and learning functions.