The Quality Course Teaching and Instructional Practice (QCTIP) is a comprehensive scorecard which can be used for an in-depth review to validate instructional practices as compared to quality standards identified by our panel of experts.
Designed to evaluate the overall classroom experience, this tool can be used to evaluate teaching effectiveness in several areas, including: Course Fundamentals, Learning Foundations, Faculty Engagement and Student Engagement.
We understand that finding the time and resources to complete this important work can be a challenge. The experts at OLC can help with yours.
Here’s how it works:
- OLC’s experts work with your university to complete the initial review using the OLC QCTIP Scorecard
- Your Institution identifies action items for continuous improvement based on the result
- Your university can earn an OLC Endorsement to validate the quality of your online or blended course(s)
These results provide key information that allows for targeted improvements, thus improving the quality and efficacy of your online or blended courses.
A free version of the Quality Course Teaching and Instructional Practice (QCTIP) Scorecard is also available to download.
Would you like OLC’s help with your review? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The QCTIP Scorecard can also be used independently in several different areas:
QCTIP: Course Fundamentals: Use this scorecard to evaluate quality in course design. ensure an effective classroom experience before the session starts and for post-course evaluation.
QCTIP: Learning Foundations: Use this scorecard to ensure that key quality learning components are incorporated in the digital course to create an effective learning environment for students.
QCTIP: Faculty Engagement: Use this scorecard to evaluate areas like course learning outcomes, course content, and assignments and the critical steps that should be taken to improve the student learning experience.
QCTIP: Student Engagement: Use this scorecard to ensure a quality learning experience for your students by following the identified steps required to create an engaging and effective classroom environment.
“We have found the OLC Quality Scorecard to be a very effective tool for the administration of online education programs. The Scorecard provides a helpful framework for strategic planning and is used to evaluate programs, identify areas for change, and reassess annually.
Sandra Hirsh, Professor & Director, School of Information, San Jose State University