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The key concept of being relentless about constructive alignment

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This lesson is all about the concept of ‘constructive alignment’, and how it provides a key criterion for your design process and for getting from having an impact to assuring an impact for your learning experience.

The video below introduces these concepts in the context of the Curriculum Design Studio, and the links below that provide some key resources so you can dig deeper if you wish.

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