How One Teaching Expert Activates Students’ Curiosity
How can we evaluate and modify existing multimedia to improve learning?
In Taking the Class Temperature, Moore & Arnold suggest that we also need to look at affective feedback to best promote positive learning outcomes for all students.
In Classroom Assessment Techniques, Professor Tom Pusateri discusses how we can use feedback to improve our teaching.
Practical suggestions for actively using links between research and teaching with the main focus on how your own disciplinary research and that of your colleagues can be used to inform your teaching.
QUOTE: Most undergraduates would not have any idea of the research interests and strengths of the staff in the departments in which they are studying.
Discussion of the main challenges to creative (subject) course design and strategies to overcome these challenges.
Is there any evidence to support sharing written learning outcomes prior to teaching a topic?
References to seminal scholarly studies that highlight student success in diverse learning contexts.
Often when we read the latest teaching advice we recognise things that we already do. Putting a name to them can encourage more deliberate incorporation into our teaching contexts. What strategies do you already use to accommodate student diversity? Can you use some more brief interventions to promote student learning?
Knowing our students enables us to apply effective teaching strategies to build student learning. What strategies do you use to take your students to higher levels of learning?