How to create a week

How to use the Leeward CC Weekly Modules Template:

  • The weekly modules pages have already been created and linked in the right-side menu. Use this page as a reference in how to fill out each section of a weekly module page. When you're done using this page as a reference, delete this "How to create a module" page (More Actions > Delete Page).
  • To edit a page, go to the page and click on the "Edit" pencil button at the top-right. When you're finished, click on the blue "Save" button.
  • More info on how to create a Google Site using the Leeward CC Weekly Modules template.
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topic objective heading

What are your objectives  this week that are aligned with your course outcomes?

What will learners do, decide or create?

  • DO
  • CREATE
  • DECIDE

The objectives are the foundation of the weekly topic. The results of all the topic components are judged against the objective.

introduction heading

  • Your introduction.
  • Show the learner how the topic relates to the week's outcomes.

summary heading

  Include the following in your summary:
  • Provide the main content in the topic based on week's outcomes.

activities heading

Measurable and observable activities for students to reach the week's outcomes.

Choose activities based on the objective.

    assessments heading

    Assessments to reason the degree each student met the week's objectives.

    An authentic assessment includes:

    1. an authentic task for students to perform and
    2. a scoring guide by which the performance on the task will be evaluated.

    A rubric is comprised of two components: criteria and levels of performance.

    • Every rubric has at least two criteria and at least two levels of performance.
    • The criteria, characteristics of good performance on a task, are listed in the left-hand column in the rubric.
    • For each criterion, determine to what degree the student has met the level of performance.

    Example:


    resources heading

    Additional resources/links related to the week's topic.