Purpose This Guide, one of a series produced by the Imaginative Curriculum project, provides an introduction to how teaching and assessing learning outcomes might be aligned to curriculum objectives. Audiences



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Purpose

This Guide, one of a series produced by the Imaginative Curriculum project, provides an introduction to how teaching and assessing learning outcomes might be aligned to curriculum objectives.
Audiences

The Guide is written primarily for:

  • teachers looking for ways to improve the quality of their students’ learning;

  • course leaders/coordinators who lead whole course curriculum design and/or who help other academics to develop the curriculum;

  • staff developers and others who help academics to develop their knowledge and skills about curriculum design, for example, Tutors for PG Cert HE teaching and learning courses;

  • LTSN Subject Centres who are growing disciplinary knowledge of practice.

  • university administrators and others engaged in quality assurance



The Author


John is Honorary Professor of Psychology at the University of Hong Kong, previously Professor of Education at HKU, and is an educational consultant, now residing in Hobart, Tasmania. His research interest is in student learning and tertiary teaching

And he has authored many books and papers in these areas. His work with portfolio assessment crystallised his thinking about learning and teaching, by taking the form of constructive alignment, which is outlined here and explained in detail in his book,Teaching for quality learning at university, shortly to be released in its second edition



















Aligning teaching and assessment


to curriculum objectives
John Biggs





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