Developing Skills in Transference via Backward Design and WHERE Sequencing
Transference between theoretical concepts and application is a significant goal for instructors in all disciplines. In this session, I will discuss how I used backward design and WHERE (Where/Why, Hook, Explore/Experience, Revise/Refine, Evaluate) sequencing (Wiggins & McTighe, 1998) in my studio art courses to help students transfer traditional analogue techniques and processes to digital processes such as 3D printing and software programs. I will provide opportunities for instructors in other disciplines to evaluate ways they can be apply these principles in their courses.
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