As part of EFSC's commitment to provide a safe and positive college experience for every student, EFSC now requires all currently enrolled students to participate in an important online training program called "Think About It." Visit the course information page to learn more about its content and login to the myEFSC Portal before the December 1 deadline to begin the course.

Support for curriculum design

As faculty design their course curriculum they're guided by a process developed by the Academic Affairs Council's Curriculum Development Subcommittee. A course consists of three components: Course Program of Study templates; Course Outcome Summary; and a Lab Fee Justification Form. To maintain accurate, complete records for a course, all three components must be submitted to Curriculum Support Services each time any one component is revised.

Below are curriculum-related manuals, documents, forms and links to technology support tools as you develop your course curriculum.


Curriculum Approval Tracking System (CATS) Tutorial [Downloadable photo tutorial]

Curriculum of Study (COS) Checklist 

Curriculum Design: Performance-Based Learning Requirements

Bloom's Cognitive Domain Chart

Bloom's Taxonomy Verb List

Diversity Checklist

EFSC Discipline Identifiers List

Florida Department of Education Organizational Chart


Credit Hour POS - Program of Study [Downloadable Excel Form]

Credit Hour CPT - Course Plan Template [Downloadable MS Word Form]
          • Standardized Text for Prerequisites and Course Descriptions

Clock Hour POS - Program of Study [Downloadable Excel Form]

Clock Hour CPT- Course Plan Template [Downloadable MS Word Form]

Fee Justification [Downloadable PDF Form]

Academic Technology Support

Curriculum design and support consultations (via email, phone, walk-in or appointment) are available to faculty related to the use of teaching and learning applications.

Click here to register for an Academic Technology workshop. Curriculum related workshops include:

  • Fundamentals of Performance Based Learning (PBL): This 2 hour face-to-face workshop is designed to present performance-based learning (PBL) fundamentals. The language of Performance Based Learning (PBL) will be covered, along with basic instructional design processes.
  • Hybrid & Online Course Design - 6 week UCF Credit Workshop: Participants will master techniques and best practices for hybrid course development and delivery using tools and methods to foster optimal learner engagement and achievement. This workshop will be delivered in the hybrid format comprised of 2 face-to-face meetings with the remainder of the course work to be completed online.
  • Performance Based Learning (PBL) - 6 week UCF Credit Workshop: This workshop focuses on establishing desired performance expectations; specifying performance standards; creating standards-based assessments; planning teaching and learning strategies that work; and aligning standards, assessments, and instruction. Participants will design a customized, performance-based, learner-centered course of study. This workshop will be delivered in the hybrid format comprised of 2 face-to-face meetings with the remainder of the course work to be completed online.


Curriculum Support Services
Christi White

Academic Technology Support
Dayla Nolis

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