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Instructional procedures

Instructional procedures: Learning to Write a Syllabus
Instructional procedures: Learning to Write a Syllabus

Students need to understand what type of learning methods and techniques will be used within your course. They want to know the expectations and requirements as well as your instructional approach before registering for your class. Your syllabus should explain how you plan to conduct your class. This information is important is important to your students and needs to be highlighted on your course syllabus. This video tutorial explains how you should word this section of your syllabus.

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