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|Title:||Towards a complete description for individual course units: a follow-up to the Bologna proposals|
|Authors:||Barros, João Paulo|
|Citation:||[IEEE estilo] J. P. Barros, L. Gomes, and L. Garcia, "Towards a complete description for individual course units: A follow-up to the Bologna proposals," in Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL), 2012 15th International Conference on, 2012, pp. 1-4.|
|Abstract:||The ECTS User's Guide prescribes the use of learning outcomes in the description of individual course units and states the need to specify the associated assessment criteria. Here, we present a concrete template proposal for the description of individual course units that adds two additional alignments to the well-known double alignment strategy. More specifically, we propose the specification of four alignments: learning outcomes to contents; learning outcomes to assessment; assessment to the teaching and learning strategies; and assessment to grading. To support the latter, a specific grading strategy is briefly presented. Additionally, learning outcomes are classified according to the European Qualification Framework for Lifelong Learning.|
|Description:||Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL),15th International Conference on:Villach:26-28 Sept., 2012|
|Appears in Collections:||D-ENG - Comunicações com peer review|
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