Conclusion

At the end of the course draw all the topic knowledge together, emphasising the main themes and the most important areas together.

Do not introduce any new material.


Course Creation Conclusion

  • Clear, factual statement of the subject area
  • State the course level
  • Create a summary statement detailing the subject matter, approach, breadth and applicability
  • Include keywords/key topics
  • Keep it concise
  • Expand the subject description
  • State who will benefit
  • Explain what prior knowledge is needed
  • Outline expected achievements or goals
  • Concise background
  • Place the subject into context
  • Explain the importance
  • Establish a logical framework
  • Summarise the main topics
  • Explain what preparation is required
  • Remember you will not be there to explain or expand
  • Use bullet points or questions to start with
  • Use diagrams, illustrations, video
  • Do not refer to earlier content
  • Use different bullet points to summarise
  • Answer questions posed, set self-assessment tasks or general assignments

What Next?

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January 3rd, 2016|Tutor Training|Comments Off on Conclusion

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