Course Design Plan Course Name: (e.g. Cybersecurity Fundamentals, CYBER501x) Prerequisite Knowledge: (e.g. a Bachelor’s degree in computer science is recommended.) Self-paced or Instructor-paced?: Course Goals (broad outcomes): 1. E.g., Network and administration fundamentals. 2. E.g., Basic cryptography types. (3-5 bulleted items, approximately 4-10 words per bullet.) Section/ Module # Module name (topic/concept) Desired results (skill/Learning Objectives) Assessment evidence (quiz/test/project) Learning experiences (activities/resources) Module 1 Getting started Gain familiarity with course setup, workload, expectations, course team, honor code, etc. Honor code confirmation- ungraded Practice quiz - ungraded Self-assessment (ORA) Watch Intro video Read syllabus, Demox Participate in discussion - Self intro Module 2 Computing security concepts Categorize basic cryptography types. Identify types of hackers. Knowledge checks - ungraded Weekly quiz - graded Peer-assessment (ORA) Complete survey on security Watch video lectures Read hacker guide (pdf) Add to word cloud on cyber threats Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 ... © 2017 All rights reserved. Learner Engagement Plan Recommended resources to support your communication and moderation strategy: Example Moderation Strategy ● ● ● Faculty/Staff: 1 in the forums at least 1 hour/week. Teaching Assistants (TA): 1, approx. 6 hours/week ● ● ● Example Learner Engagement Tactics ● ● ● ● ● Social media posts to networks to increase enrollment ● ● Community Teaching Asst’s (CTA): 0 Verified reminder emails Welcome email Consistent learner communication throughout course Discussion forum moderation weekly ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● © 2017 All rights reserved. Faculty/Staff: 4 in the forums at least 1 hour/week. Teaching Assistants (TA): 4, approx. 6 hours/week Community Teaching Asst’s (CTA): 12, approx. 5-6 hours/week, facilitating forums, identifying high performers Contact school and faculty networks via social media & email Verified reminder emails/Benefits of MicroMasters or Professional Certificate reminder emails Welcome email Differentiated content in verified track Live events scheduled during course Consistent learner communication throughout course Targeted email to active audit learners Twice weekly to daily discussion forum moderation and posted responses to learner questions and issues within a few days. Invite learners to social groups on Facebook, LinkedIn, etc. Query learners for feedback during course run, and incorporate improvements in real time.