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Course Design: Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Frame Your Course Content
Start Date: 6/26/2013Start Time: 3:00 PM
End Date: 6/26/2013End Time: 4:30 PM
Event Description
Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Frame Your Course Content

Lorine Giango/a Lead Coordinator for Social Sciences & STEM, Graduate Teacher Program


This session addresses how graduate teachers can most effectively use Bloom's framework to approach content, discussion questions, and exam questions over the course of the semester.
Location Information:
Main Campus - ATLAS Center  (View Map)
1125 18TH STREET
Boulder, CO
Room: 200
Contact Information:
Phone: 303.492.4902
Email: gtp@colorado.edu
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This event is open to
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Graduate Students
  • Ticket information:
    This is a FREE event:
    All workshops count toward GTP Certificates. All graduate students, undergraduate teaching or learning assistants, postdoctoral fellows, research associates, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend GTP activities.
    Of note:
    Graduate students who are or may soon be instructors of record may benefit from the Summer Series in Course Design, however, any graduate student is welcome to attend. Workshops are designed to help participants develop a syllabus for a course at CU Boulder or a draft syllabus that could be included as a sample in the appendix of your teaching portfolio.

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