This Community of Inquiry (COI) Matrix helps faculty course developers identify how to incorporate COI strategies for selecting content, setting climate, and supporting discourse at each course level based on Bloom’s taxonomy.
Course acceleration is a multi-step process that requires you to deconstruct previous course content in order to reconstruct it in a new, accelerated format. Consider some of the following strategies to help you accelerate your course:
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