Instructional Design and Development Consultation Services for Individual and Small Groups

To foster meaningful student learning and quality teaching within a liberal arts tradition and technology enriched learning environment, CETL Instructional Designer provides confidential Individual Instructional Design and Development Consultation or Small Group Consultation services to faculty and instructional staff.

The Instructional Designer mentors the participant(s) on a variety of topics as needed, including: pedagogy, instructional/learning technology, student engagement, assessment, educational quality assurance, universal design and copyright practices. See detailed service information below.

Instructional Design and Development Consultation Services CETL Instructional Designer provides:

Learning Theories – how people learn
Learning Styles
Face-to-face, blended and online teaching strategies
Instructional Design and Development for face-to-face, blended and online delivery*
* Online course design/development/revision should follow the guidelines and contracts initiated by the Office of Alternative Delivery and Outreach.
Learner-centered Course Design
Learner-centered Syllabi
Experiential Learning Strategies
Flipped Classroom
Teaching Large Classes (face-to-face, blended and online delivery)
Facilitating Small Group work (face-to-face, blended and online delivery)

Instructional Use of Learn@UW-Superior (D2L)
Instructional and Learning Technology Integration for face-to-face, blended and online delivery
Innovative Technology
Instructional Use of Social Media
Educational Software Evaluation

Student Engagement:
Active learning Techniques
First Day/Week Techniques
Collaborative Learning
Critical Thinking
Learning Communities
Lecturing Techniques for face-to-face, blended and online delivery
Face-to-face Discussions, Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Discussions 

Writing Measurable Learning Objectives/goals/competencies
Face-to-face and Online Class Assessment Techniques
Mid-term Evaluation
Online Course Evaluation Participation Enhancement Strategies 

Quality Matters Standards:
for face-to-face, blended and online delivery

Universal Design for Learning

Copyright and Fair Use

Additional topics and special needs can be discussed and possibly supported as well. Please feel free to contact us.