Professors can use role play in their courses to engage student interns in the delivery of a service among their peers within the college classroom.
A professor with no formal training gives advice for others who must teach writing classes (opinion)
An uncredentialed writing instructor, Gizem Karaali, shares some effective tools learned through trial and error.
By specifying context, professors can make their intentions clear and therefore help their students understand what’s needed in an assignment.
Does an assignment that causes discomfort produce a different kind of learning? If so, how is it different and is it a better kind of learning?
— Read on www.teachingprofessor.com/topics/preparing-to-teach/assignments/giving-students-assignments-they-hate/
It’s end-of-semester time and PSU students are evaluating their professors on the SRTE (Student Rating of Teacher Effectiveness), but unfortunately it is a big waste of time for all involved. The SRTE is so inaccurate, so bias and so useless in helping instructors improve their teaching, it is little more than a bureaucratic ritual that risks unintended negative consequences.
Video is a great way to welcome students to your course, set the tone for the week ahead, and summarize major points at the end of the week.