Module
One

Module One introduces you to the principles of backwards design and how you can use it to plan your Scholars Programme course.

Remember that these icons can allow you to identify where specific strategies are developing pupils’ subject knowledge, academic skills or may be transferrable to undergraduate teaching.

Video 1: Backwards Planning and the Final Assignment

This video introduces the concept of ‘Backwards Planning’ and guides you through creating a final assignment for your students. You can use the tutor workbook available below to support with the tasks in this session.

Video 2: Backwards Planning and the Baseline Assignment

This video builds on the principles of backwards planning covered in the previous session and leads you through designing an effective baseline assignment. You can use the tutor workbook available below to support with the tasks in this session. You may also wish to refer to the examples in the appendix of your tutor workbook to support with developing a baseline assignment in line with the principles of backwards planning.

Video 3: Backwards Planning and Tutorial Outcomes

This video covers how to use the principles of backwards planning to set effective Tutorial Outcomes for your course. You can use the tutor workbook available below to support with the tasks in this session.

Video 4: Backwards Planning and Tutorial Planning

This video covers how to use the principles of backwards planning to ensure your tutorial activities and case studies support your pupils to achieve your tutorial outcomes. You can use the tutor workbook available below to support with the tasks in this session.

 

Exit Quiz

Now please complete the exit quiz.