When creating a new course, each instructor should:

1.Design courses that are interesting and useful to potential students.

2. Create courses with clear and visible objectives that include explanations for why particular facts, skills, or activities are essential to overall learning.

3. Create courses that give students the best chance at mastery through engaging and challenging coursework.

In order to ensure that our curricula are effective and impactful, we have elected to use Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing.

Level Six | Creating: Produce new or original work.

Level Five | Evaluating: Justify a stand or decision.

Level Four | Analyzing: Draw connections among ideas.

Level Three | Applying: Use information in new situations.

Level Two | Understanding: Explain ideas or concepts.

Level One | Remembering: Recall facts and basic components