The Teaching Tips listed here have been taken from the monthly newsletter of the Educators Academy, Faculty Matters. We hope that these topics will assist you in your role as teaching faculty.
Amplify Student Learning with the ANSWER
Helping Students Engage in Class Discussion
Substitute CATS for Vague Questions
The Eight-Minute Lecture Keeps Students Engaged
Three Evidence-Based Approaches for Small Group Work
Using Cumulative Strategies to Help Students Retain Content – Part 1
Using Cumulative Strategies to Help Students Retain Content – Part 2
Ways We Turn Classroom Discussion into True Student Engagement
Encourage Students to Come to Class Prepared
What are some “Best Practices” for the First Day of Class?
A Systematic Approach to Supporting Diverse Learners
Are You More Concerned about Learning than your Students?
Can Grading Policies Enhance Learning?
Enhancing Collaborative Learning
Four Approaches to Deepen Student Learning
Help Students Think About Learning Instead of Grades
Feedback & Assessment
Advantages and Disadvantages of Different Types of Questions
Students Identify Teacher Characteristics and Behaviors that Help
Quizzes that Expand Engagement with Course Content
Engage Students with Online Variety
Five Lessons Online Faculty Can Use from the IRS
Documenting Teaching and Improvement
Take Time to Refresh and Recharge
Why Are We So Slow to Change the Way We Teach?