Active learning strategies such as these move students from passive to active participation in their learning; boosting retention in the process.
Focus Your Lectures with the ‘One-Sentence Lesson Plan’ – Faculty Focus | Higher Ed Teaching & Learning
The one-sentence lesson plan helps professors focus on learning—rather than on teaching—by answering three simple things: The what, the how, and the why.
How should faculty deal with the issues that arise when some students ride on the coattails of others during a group work project?
Arizona State is the latest institution to team up with a museum to bolster its online portfolio. Representatives on both sides of such partnerships discuss the benefits and pitfalls.
Self-testing, regular review, elaborating, and explaining to others are among the strategies that improve performance on exams and promote deeper understanding and better long-term retention.
This study raises a number of interesting questions that probe more deeply into the role of teacher feedback and improved student performance.
Those Who Can Do, Can’t Teach | ACADEME BLOG
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