DAY 3 sessions for the 9th UTokyo FFP were held on April 27th and 28th. The topics were as follows:
- ・The roles of a syllabus
- ・Setting goals and objectives of a syllabus
- ・Course design (creating a graphic syllabus)
- ・Improving a syllabus into one that promotes learning
A syllabus is not just a tool for students to choose which course to take but is also something that promotes their learning and a tool for instructors to design the course, which can be used as evidence for their achievement in teaching. Participants first learned such significance.
In DAY 3 sessions, each participant brings a syllabus made by themselves or an existing syllabus of a course that is similar to his/her own and learns about the topic by improving it.
A participant explaining his graphic syllabus
Sharing ideas in pairs