Three reasons to conclude your course by asking students to think about next semester’s version of the class.
Tackle the problem of student motivation and all the other aspects of your course will be more effective.
Without training, many don't think about the best way to study for an exam.
How to tame overeager students and encourage others to speak up.
What can you do when students resist participating in class?
A few ideas to keep students’ attention in class as you speak.
And what you can do to help them get over it.
How can you make use in your own classroom of changes in the way rhetoric and composition courses are taught?
The more you allow your ‘real’ self to emerge in the classroom, the better a teacher you’ll be.
Here are three simple ways to get quality student feedback in your courses.
No matter how ingenious a teaching strategy is, it will not work in all situations, with all students.
How to spend less time grading and more time sleeping.
Want to give your pedagogy a shot in the arm? These handy sites can help.
There are good reasons to use them, but helping students understand what it takes to succeed in my course isn’t one of them.
Besides quizzes, which often seem punitive, what can teachers do to make sure students are reading the assigned texts?