Terminology Tuesday: Development Plans

This week I thought it might be useful to talk about development plans, as I work within them nearly everyday within my current role.

What is a Development Plan?

A development plan is a document that outlines an entire course. Typically, it will consist of the following information:

Course Developer, including contact information General Course Information, such as: Course Name Course Title Calendar Description Required Text Credit Weight Overall Course Goals When the course will be offered or revised Prerequisites Enrolment information High-Level Leaning Objectives Module Information, including: Module Names Module-Specific Learning Objectives Topics Learning Activities, which may or may not be assessed References or Resources (e.g. module readings/videos/etc.) Assignment Information Assessment and Evaluation Strategy

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