|The Edit button, when turned off, will show how |
Blackboard will look to your students.
When turned on, you may make changes again.
According to Blackboard:
The Edit Mode toggle allows a user to change the way they are viewing the content on screen. Switching the Edit Mode to ON allows users with certain Roles in the system to add, delete, and edit content and tools in the Course. Switching the Edit Mode to OFF displays the Course as students would see it. The Edit Mode toggle will only appear to those users who have permission to use it.
Lastly, spend a few minutes reviewing Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. This new version introduces a digital element to the 1950s model.
Lastly, look for alignment between course objectives, couse content and course assessment. If you can’t readily identify how they correlate, neither will the students. The folks at Quality Matters do a great job of embedding alignment into their rubric. Most of their material is copywritten, can't share much:(
Here' a blurb on alignment:
Alignment is an important component of the Quality Matters rubric. Learning Objectives, Assessments, Resources and Materials, Learner Engagement, and Course Technology work together to ensure that students achieve the desired learning objectives. When aligned, each of these course aspects is directly tied to and supports the learning objectives which is important for student success.