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Resource: Best Practices in Teaching and Learning

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This is a guest post by Rock Creek Health Instructor Alissa Leavitt.

Resource: A Brief Summary of the Best Practices in College Teaching

I found this article while researching best teaching practices for a course that I’m taking at PSU. I enjoyed the article because it includes some interesting ideas to implement in our classrooms. For example, the Guided Lecture strategy might shake up the normal class routine and encourage active listening. The Double Loop feedback included some helpful tips, although I found the response suggestion in Step 3, “That many mistakes imply you either don’t care or are ignorant” a bit harsh. Overall, I think it’s worth finding the time to read it and to reflect on ways we can improve the teaching and learning process.

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x by Fran Bozarth 2 years ago

This is really wonderful, solid information. I’m glad to see it out there.

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