Weekly Teaching Note
May 09 2011
Weekly Teaching Notes: 2010-2011 index


Below is a list of all the Weekly Teaching Notes from the 2010-2011 academic year, with direct links to each one. If you’d like to explore any of these topics in more detail, please contact Fran Glazer at the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Starting the semester:
Semester Beginnings
Setting the Tone for Your Class: Guiding Students Toward Effective Study Strategies
Newsletter Format for a Course Syllabus
Encouraging Student Attendance
Course design:
Balancing Flexibility and Fairness through Course Design
How Experts Differ From Novices
Importance of Students’ Prior Knowledge
Brief Hybrids: A Small Step Towards Integrating Technology
Do No Harm: A Dose of SoTL
Learning by Writing
Sample Writing Assignment for an Introductory Science Course
Helping Students Write Better in all Courses
Teaching Writing in the Disciplines
Visual and Media Literacy:
Visual Literacy: What do you See?
Media Literacy
Seven Principles for Developing Assignments and Providing Good Feedback
Evaluating Students on Class Participation
Using Concept Maps
Using Quotations to Prime Class Discussions
Developing Creative Classrooms
Student teams:
Working With Student Teams: Structured Problem Solving
Working With Student Teams: Send-a-Problem
Successful Strategies for Teams: Team Member Handbook
Team Teach with a Student
Tips for Group Work
Wrapping things up:
Simple Stress Relief
Recall, Summarize, Question, Connect, Comment (RSQC2)
The Last Day of Class
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