A good teacher facilitates good learning by the students. The program on Good Learning aims at facilitating teachers to understand what good learning is, how to measure good learning, and explore different methods of facilitating good learning in higher education, based on the knowledge available from the areas of Learning Theories, Instructional Design Theories, Educational Psychology and Educational Neuroscience. It is predominantly activity based.
At the end of the program the participants should be able to
CO1. Understand what is good learning.
CO2. Write course outcomes that can be located in the cells of Anderson-Bloom or Anderson-Bloom-Vincenti taxonomy table
CO3. Design assessment that is in alignment with course outcomes
CO4. Design instructional units for direct instruction using the five principles of instruction of Merrill and the evidence based instructional components.