Developing Your Teaching Strategies
Research from many corners clearly indicates that teaching strategies that engage students in one kind of active participation or another will lead to more, deeper and long-lasting learning. Many of us are being asked to teach in contexts quite different from those where we ourselves were once students. And many of the students in our classes have backgrounds, strengths and needs that are quite different from our own. The Center offers many programs, workshops, tutorials and resources to help you explore and identify teaching strategies that are aligned with your course goals and assessment tools.
We Invite You to Explore the Following...
- Active learning in large lectures ( MERLOT ELIXR multimedia case story)
- Universal Design for Learning (UDL) teaching strategies (MERLOT ELIXR multimedia case story)
- First day of class | After the first day of class (MERLOT ELIXR multimedia case stories)
- Conducting Q&A sessions [pdf]
- Collaborative learning
- Integrative learning
- Critical thinking development
- Four collaborative learning strategies
- Simulations and games
- Strategies for improving student writing Support for designing effective assignments and providing effective feedback for student writing.