John Squires provides a primer on course redesign, a process introduced by Carol Twigg and the National Center for Academic Transformation in 1999. He describes the instruction models, principles, and techniques for successful redesign projects and includes real-world examples of course and department redesign projects. Squires also discusses redesign in the context of learning theory and concludes with a look at the future of this innovative approach to teaching and learning.
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