Making our design thinking visible
Much like the blueprints of a house or musical notation, learning design is a way of visually documenting our intentions for how a course or unit will be assessed and facilitated. More specifically, it is a graphical representation of pedagogic decision-making that can be used to solicit input and feedback from colleagues.
Multiple pathways for design
Design curriculum from a point of conception using a guided approach. Alternatively, you can enter existing curriculum into the CUB to review and make amendments.
Access to help when you need it
The CUB application contains embedded help text at each step of the design process providing a definition of each component, its typical purpose and a selection of design strategies and considerations for taking action. In parallel, each stage features a series of review criteria to guide self or peer evaluation.