Weekly Teaching Note
Feb 04 2016
How Accurate are Your Assumptions about the Students in Your Class? Knowing your students - their prior knowledge, their interest in the topic - makes for better teaching and learning.
Jan 28 2016
First Day of Class: Engage your Students with Poll Everywhere! Poll Everywhere makes it easy to get all your students actively involved in class discussions.
Nov 19 2015
Encouraging Students to Ask Questions Curiosity is an essential ingredient when it comes to motivating learners. Help your students develop their questioning skills as a way to build their curiosity.
Nov 12 2015
Innovative Ways to Prevent Conflict in Student Groups Help your students learn constructive ways to solve the inevitable conflicts that arise when working in student groups.
Nov 05 2015
Using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a Framework for Student-led Discussions Teaching your students about Bloom's taxonomy can help stimulate higher quality discussions.
Oct 28 2015
Five Guidelines for Teaching with Transfer in Mind Transfer, the ability to apply previously-learned concepts and skills to a new context, is one of the most valued aspects of learning. Here are five guidelines for teaching that skill.
Oct 22 2015
Progress Report Journal Asking students to complete a short report on their progress mid-semester encourages them to reflect on their learning strategies and make improvements.
Oct 15 2015
Quizzing: The Single Best Teaching Tip Frequent quizzes give students the opportunity to continually review what they are learning. This process helps move the new knowledge into long-term memory.
Oct 08 2015
Encourage Your Students to Adopt Successful Behaviors Teach students the behaviors that will help them succeed, both in your classroom and in their lives: being passionate about the goal; working hard; getting really good at something; focusing; pushing yourself; serving others something of value; having a good idea; and persisting.
Oct 01 2015
Get Early Semester Feedback From Your Students Early Semester Feedback is a great way to see how your students are experiencing your course and increase student engagement.
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Weekly Teaching Notes
Feb 04 2016

How Accurate are Your Assumptions about the Students in Your Class?

Jan 27 2016

First Day of Class: Engage your Students with Poll Everywhere!

Nov 19 2015

Encouraging Students to Ask Questions

Nov 11 2015

Innovative Ways to Prevent Conflict in Student Groups

Nov 04 2015

Using Bloom’s Taxonomy as a Framework for Student-led Discussions