Course ASR26N

Constructive Alignment of Curricula, Syllabi, Learning Activities and Examinations for Teachers in Higher Education

15 Credits
Second Cycle

Main field of study: Sexual, Reproductive and Perinatal Health

The course has no offerings planned right now

Learning outcomes for the course

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • ensure progression from bachelor to master curricula and syllabi in sexual, reproductive and perinatal health, which is the subject for midwives
  • develop the master’s curriculum and syllabus in MSc in midwifery using outcomes-based teaching and learning that is student-centred
  • analyse how constructive alignment is used in each activity and examination in a course so that students achieve the learning outcomes of the curriculum and syllabus
  • develop student-centred and challenge-driven course activities and examinations using net-based learning (flipped classrooms) so that students achieve the learning outcomes in the curriculum and syllabus
  • critically evaluate the quality of digital learning resources in data analysis and in the choice of evidence-based literature for each of the courses in the developed MSc
  • critically analyse the pedagogical value and pedagogical and technical challenges of blended net-based learning, and the use of virtual platforms and digital learning resources
  • ensure equality and equity are reflected in the curriculum and in each syllabus as described in the sustainable development goals 2030
  • use constructive alignment, challenge-driven education, flipped classrooms, digital learning resources and various examination methods
  • discuss the importance of collaboration and teamwork within and between institutions and professionals in order to enhance student-centred higher education and women’s career development and leadership in education and health
  • reflect on the plan-do-study-act cycle as an integrated part of each course for quality improvement from a student-centred perspective
  • compile the pre- and post-test.