How does a course scaffold within the learning objectives of each bundle? What learning objectives have been duplicated in the course? Are there any orphaned learning objectives? If you've investigated any of these questions, we've consolidated all that information into one report about learning objectives, or LOs, which are the backbone of Coursetunes's design. The Course LO Report can be used to assess the complexity of the course learning objectives, locate LOs that haven’t been assigned to a learning scale, and review the progressive scaffolding of the LOs in the course. Educators, instructional designers, and SMEs will find this information valuable early in course design and as an audit for quality learning scaffolding. The information contained can be used as a checklist, action items, or for project management.
"Light bulbs go off, and what happens is people begin to see possibilities. I think one of the most important pieces of this is that because you can now see beyond one specific objective in one specific instance, and you can not only look at how course modules go together, but you can look at how entire courses go together. And more importantly than that, you can see the connection between courses. So that if you're building a curriculum, normally it's difficult to be able to make those connections."
-Andrew Feldstein, Assistant Provost for Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies, Fort Hays State University
Step 1: Ready to create your report? To find it, you need to start on the course level (level 4). Next, click on Data and Reports in the right panel, and then select Course LO Report.
Step 2: In the Course LO Report panel, you can:
- Organize the report by C-layers or bundles
- Choose to include LO IDs
- Choose to include LO scales
There are many other reports in Coursetune. See more information in this article: What kinds of reports are available in Coursetune?
New to Coursetune and unsure of which report is right for you? Our Reports Wizard simplifies this for you by leading you through a series of questions. To know more about the Reports Wizard, check out this article: How do I use the Reports Wizard?