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The following resources are available to support effective and flexible course development.  Click here for a worksheet to consider factors important in determining what course delivery method is best for teaching remotely or with on campus social distancing protocols.

Please make an appointment with a CTLD staff for further assistance with any of the resources provided or to discuss your individual course needs.  If you need technical assistance, contact the ITS Help Desk.

CTLD Sample Syllabus

These sample syllabi include Stockton specific content based on best practices in syllabus design. Stockton faculty and teaching staff may download and customize the syllabi. Syllabus 1 is a text-based syllabus. Syllabus 2 includes visual elements (images). Kindly review instructions. The syllabi are easily modified to fit course needs.

Kindly provide feedback based on your experience using the syllabi by completing a brief survey: 

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Bloom's Taxonomy
Bloom's Taxonomy Graphic

Create measurable Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) using Bloom's Taxonomy action verbs. (HTML)

Syllabus Supplemental Statements for Students

The Center for Teaching & Learning Design (CTLD) staff based on guidance provided by the University Resilience Operations Committee, developed syllabus statements that cover issues students may encounter this semester. Faculty may modify and use this document to provide students with relevant information as a supplement to your syllabus or copy and paste relevant items into an existing syllabus.

All of the changes in the Syllabus Statements for Students document are included in the CTLD syllabi templates (below). 

Syllabus 1

Syllabus 1

For Classroom/Hybrid or Online delivery (Word)
Instructions (PDF)

Syllabus 2

Syllabus 2

For Classroom/Hybrid or Online delivery (Word)
Instructions (PDF)