Blended Course Map: CNSR SCI 255 Financial Services Innovation

Blended Learning

This blended course map was created by a participant of the Blend@UW Course Design Series. It represents an example of how activities could be designed for one unit of a course to achieve the course and unit outcomes.

Example of a blended course map from CNSR SCI 255 Financial Services Innovation

Name: Madelaine L'esperance
SCID: School of Human Ecology
Department: Consumer Science
Course Name: CNSR SCI 255 Financial Services Innovation

Course Objectives

  • CO1: Describe the financial services available to consumers today and how those came to be
  • CO2: Identify consumer decisions and likely outcomes given a particular market structure
  • CO3: Define opportunities or unmet needs as design challenges
  • CO4: Apply Human-Ecology Centered Design Thinking to consumer financial services and the alignment of consumer decisions to consumer preferences

Course Units

  • Economic Environment
 - 3 weeks
  • Institutional Environment
 - 3 weeks
  • Alternative Financial Services
 - 2 weeks
  • Financial Services Innovation - 
2 weeks
  • Financial Technology - 
2 weeks

Unit Objectives:

  • UO1: Describe the movement of risk, particularly retirement and health, over time from public to private

  • UO2: Describe the demographic changes that lead to less economic security for families

  • UO3: Identify the financial issues that threaten family financial security

  • UO4: Describe contemporary employment issues and their impact on family economic security 

  • UO5: Discuss the role of government benefits versus private/workplace benefits in the lives of Americans.

Activity One

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Description: Choose 1: (15-20 mins)
-Create a slide on key takeaways using evidence from readings in a small group
. Fill a Google Slide with all that you remember from the previous class or pre-class readings as a large group
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-Discuss in groups of 2-3 where you found examples of each topic in U.S. Financial Diaries
-Create a visualization of how the issues that families from U.S. Financial Diaries faced overlapped using topics discussed
-Search and find recent news on each of the topic areas and share in mid-size groups
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Owner:Timmo D.Group:Center for Teaching, Learning & Mentoring
Created:2022-09-06 13:46 CSTUpdated:2022-10-28 09:20 CST
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