Curriculum Review: Curriculum Mapping

What is curriculum mapping?

Curriculum mapping is the process of associating course outcomes with program-level learning outcomes (PLOs) and aligning elements of courses with a program, to ensure that it is structured in a strategic, thoughtful way that enhances student learning (adapted from Harden, 2001). While the language of mapping is used in the literature and these resources, the resulting diagrams often resemble a matrix more than a traditional map.

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