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Transcript of Teaching Methods
When and under what setting did you learn the most?
What classes and/or instructors do you recall most?
1) Ability to Engage a Variety of Students
a. different learning styles
b. different goals
c. different priorities
2) Enthusiasm for Course and Discipline– can be contagious
3) Attention to Rigor
4) Attention to Content
5) Continuous improvement
a. Attend workshops and conference sessions on teaching
b. Use peer review
c. Tape lectures – look for words that you say often, odd pauses, etc.
Methods for applying these practices differ by course, discipline, and instructor. 3. do not use notes for lecture My practices... This translates to..... Lecture – 70%
Clickers – 4%
Games and Experiments – 10%
Exercises – 10 %
Rewards – 1%
Top 10 Best Practices in Teaching by: Jill Caviglia-Harris, Economics and Finance Department, Salisbury University Core Qualities of Good Teachers 1. Knowledge of Subject Matter 2. Strong Communication Skills 3. Interest in Subject and Teaching Good practices include... 6. joke – lighten up the class when possible 4. minimize use of power point 5. use prepared answers for exercises 1. use multiple methods of instruction chalk and talk interspersed with games, experiments , in-class exercises and clicker (response card) questions 2. use every minute of lecture wisely 7. relate to students 8. use rewards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Top 10 Best Practices in Teaching Attention to detail Knowledge of field and subject matter
Teaching with passion
Challenging students The ability to listen and adapt The ability to relate to students
The ability to conjure up the “ah-hah moment” Mentoring Maintenance of balance The ability to communicate well Good teaching starts with well thought out and well planned lectures that are organized and easy for students to follow. Good teaching is about knowledge and content and maintaining relevancy in your field. Good teaching is about motivating students to learn, developing and fostering of self-instruction, and approaching this process in a manner that is relevant, meaningful, and memorable. Good teaching includes the establishment of high standards and expectations for student performance. Good teaching is about listening, questioning, and having the confidence and ability to react and adjust to changing circumstances. Good teaching can and should be entertaining and interesting – but this does not have to be at the expense of rigor and substance. Good teaching requires the respect and attention of students in an enthusiastic classroom atmosphere that can facilitate learning This can be best accomplished through humor (often at your own expense), stories, and conversations with students both in and out of the classroom. Good teaching provides the means for students to think about and evaluate the world differently, to see every day life though the eyes of the discipline and the lead students to make conclusions that they never would have thought of before. Good teaching is about mentoring faculty, passing on lessons learned and seeking continuous improvement. Teaching success and the promotion of student learning results from a balance between mastery of subject matter, the ability to communicate this knowledge, and the development of a good rapport with students.