Table 4: [Conversation] Course Redesign: Next Time Things Will Be Different


  • Facilitator: Terri Ann Guingab George Mason University; College of Health and Human Services



*No special preparation required*àWelcome to ITL and this table! Join your fellow Mason instructors to informally discuss this table's topic. At the table, you will find desk copies of related resources (digital versions are available below), and an experienced Mason colleague who has experience and strategies related to this topic.ààNot sure what to talk about?ààHere are some conversation starters:
  • Share a little about yourselves:à

    • Department

    • Years at Mason

    • Courses you are teaching

    • What excites you about teaching?

  • What brought you to this table?

  • What is working in your course now?

  • What isnââ¬â¢t working? How do you know?

  • What are you interested in trying next time?

  • How is your class better than the internet, or how could it be?

  • What are some small things that you could change before completely restructuring your course?

  • What are your key learning goals vs. your key learning objectives for students?

Have an example or resource to share?ààSubmit through this link and we'll upload it after the conference:ààStill have questions?ààLeave a post it note on the table sign at the end of the Share-a-thon or email your questions toàstearns@gmu.eduàààADDITIONAL RESOURCES:ààFor more information about the Course Redesign Academy:à

Author Biography

Facilitator: Terri Ann Guingab, George Mason University; College of Health and Human Services

Terri Ann Guingab, MEd, is an instructional designer supporting faculty, staff, and students in online, online-enhanced, and face to face courses. She manages the CHHS Healthcare Technologies Innovation Lab on the Fairfax campus.