A. Student

B. School

C. Parents

D. Curriculum

What is Syllabus?

The key elements of a course, such as the topics that will be covered, the weekly schedule, the list of examinations and assignments, and their respective weightings, are all outlined in a syllabus, which is a necessary document for teaching. A syllabus, or the way in which the course is constructively aligned, can define linkages between learning outcomes, assessments, content, and pedagogical practice, which helps students navigate their learning. We take the syllabus into account because it acts as a communication tool for both the specifics and the overall alignment of your course.