Curriculum Mapping for Learning Content

Conference Archive

Ecosystem 2015 - March 25, 2015

David Deibel

Lead Instructional Designer
FDIC Corporate University

Lisa Turpin

Learning Consultant
Humana

One of the FDIC Corporate University’s most strategically important populations is staff within the commissioning track of the Division of Risk Management Supervision. The path to becoming a commissioned examiner typically takes about four years to complete, includes extensive formal and informal training programs, and culminates with a comprehensive technical examination. This requires a system that would enable efficient and effective implementation of numerous components.

In this session you will examine the curriculum mapping initiative that culminated with the design and development of a robust database application. You will learn how the system ensures curriculum consists of the right content, at the right level, delivered at the right time. You will explore what curriculum mapping is and how it enhances learning strategy. You will explore how the application was designed and developed and how it is being used by staff. You will leave this session prepared to consider adding curriculum mapping to your organization’s strategy.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What curriculum mapping is
  • How curriculum mapping could benefit your organization
  • What’s involved in designing, developing, populating, and maintaining a curriculum mapping database application
  • How the FDIC’s curriculum mapping application works

Audience:
Intermediate and advanced designers, developers, project managers, managers, and directors.

Technology discussed in this session:
FDIC’s curriculum mapping application.

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