example interactive syllabus

Sample Interactive Syllabus

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COURSE #

Course Title Here

Office: Location
Phone: ###.###.####

Email: name@yourschool.edu
Email/reply policy here.

Office hours:
Details here.

Click the edit button (the pencil icon) to change the above text (the edit window pops up on the left).

Click the above box to insert pictures of yourself in a visually engaging slider.

Click this textbox to edit the text.

Required Textbooks & Technologies

List your course texts here. Hyperlinking to the text itself on your campus bookstore or Amazon.com can be helpful for your students.

Click the edit button (the pencil icon) to change this text (the edit window pops up on the left).

Course Description

Copy and paste the course description from the catalog here.

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Course Objectives

Copy and paste the course  objectives here.

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Learning Outcomes

Copy and paste the learning outcomes  for the course here. If your course goals and learning objectives are connected, delete this box and the title box above (the video window to the right should fill the whole frame - clicking the video window will allow you to embed a linked YouTube video of your choice).

Click the edit button (the pencil icon) to change this text (the edit window pops up on the left).

Online Learning: Tips

Teaching Philsophy

Copy and paste a shortened version of your teaching philosophy here. It will help your students understand your teaching approach and give them a better sense of who you are as an instructor, and what you think is important.

Click the edit button (the pencil icon) to change this text (the edit window pops up on the left).

Course Policies

Click the edit button (the pencil icon) to change this text (the edit window pops up on the left).

Option 1:

Direction to students: "Click the button below to visit the Course Policies page."

To edit the button, click on the element. It will bring up an editing box, and you can enter the URL of your course policies page (it will have to be a separate page).

Option 2:

Direction to students: "Click the linked text below to display the Course Policies document."

Then add hyperlinked text to link to a PDF of your course policies.

To delete the Course Policies button, click on it, then click the "x" in the right-hand corner.

Email 101

Assignment Overview

Each student will complete the following assignments for a.......

Visit [https://www.meta-chart.com/pie] to create a pie chart graph of your assignments. Swap that out for the image above.

Grading Framework

A - level work is characterized as "outstanding"

  • A 93-100%, A- 90-92%

B - level work is characterized as "very good"

  • B+ 87-89%, B 83-86%, B- 80-8%

C - level work is characterized as "average"

  • C+ 77-79%, C 73-76%, C- 70-72%

D - level work is characterized as "needing improvement"

  • D+ 76-69%, D 63-66% , D- 60-62%

F - level work is characterized as "insufficient"

  • below 60%

Course Schedule

The course schedule is an extremely important document. All key dates and reading are listed in the document below.

Add hyperlinked text to connect students to a PDF of your course schedule.

Using Time Wisely

Name/title here