Curriculum Design

Designing, creating and writing effective curriculum for wide number of learners alike is a complex process that begins with a series of questions. You can start with the existing pieces and then create the organizing principles, or vice versa. It is the end results that are important.
Like all general problem solving models, curriculum and instructional planning is a complex process that uses both divergent thinking (creating possibilities) and convergent thinking (narrowing or culling elements). Initial ideas are first generated, broadened, and then refined into set instructional patterns. Thinking of it metaphorically as weaving or braiding might help.
Our curriculum design focuses on the creation of the overall course blueprint. Our experienced learning designers provide a systematic approach to mapping content to learning objectives, including how to develop a course outline and build the course.
Each learning objective is met with assessment strategies, exercises, content, subject matter analysis, and interactive activities.