Teaching and Learning Strategies

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University of New Hampshire Wildcat Community Pledge - Fall 2021
The University of New Hampshire Wildcat Community Pledge for Fall 2021 sets the behavioral expectations of those coming to any UNH campus (Durham, Man...
Course Design, Faculty Support and Development at UNH, Learning Environment, Learning Resources, Student Success, Teaching and Learning in Special Circumstances, Teaching and Learning Strategies, Teaching Modality, Technologies for Teaching and Learning Academic Honesty, Accessibility
Peer Assessment (McGill University Teaching and Learning Services)
Resources for implementing peer assessment of other students’ assignments and peer assessment of contributions to teamwork. Includes example peer asse...
Type: Video
Assessment and Feedback, Teaching and Learning Strategies Collaborative Learning, Grading, Peer Assessment
Sample Discussion Board Rubric (Purdue University)
A rubric used to grade online discussion at Purdue, with examples of its use.
Type: Website
Assessment and Feedback, Teaching and Learning Strategies Discussion, Grading, Rubrics and Checklists
Minds Online: Teaching Effectively with Technology (Miller, M.)
How cognitive science can help us shape and refine the ways in which we use technology to promote learning. Major topics addressed are: the effectiven...
Type: Book
Teaching and Learning Strategies, Teaching Modality Cognitively Based Learning Interventions, Hybrid (“Flipped Classroom”), HyFlex (Concurrent), Online Courses
Small Group Teaching: Tutorials, Seminars and Beyond (Exley, K. and Dennick, R.)
Theory-based practical advice on small group teaching and examples of practice across disciplines. Topics addressed: foundations and dynamics of small...
Type: Book
Teaching and Learning Strategies Collaborative Learning
Effective Lecturing (W.E. Cashin)
A summary of the literature about how to improve the quality of lectures.
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Face-to-Face
Making Lectures More Active (IUPUI)
Discusses the pros and cons of lectures and recommendations for more active lectures: ask students what they know or think about class content, learn ...
Type: Website
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Face-to-Face
Students as Learners, not Spectators: Using Presentation Software Better (University of Notre Dame)
Suggestions for how instructors can use presentation tools to promote active learning.
Type: Website
Teaching and Learning Strategies, Technologies for Teaching and Learning Active Learning, Cognitively Based Learning Interventions, Presentation Tools
Encouraging Metacognition in the Classroom (Yale University Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning)
Describes examples of how instructors can support student metacognition. Includes examples and recommendations.
Type: Website
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Cognitively Based Learning Interventions
Differential effects of full and partial notes on learning outcomes and attendance. (Cornelius, T.L., and Owen-DeSchryver, J.)
This study examined partial versus full notes in introductory psychology classes while controlling for initial levels of student knowledge and academi...
Type: Article
Teaching and Learning Strategies Active Learning, Cognitively Based Learning Interventions, Study Skills