STRUCTURING A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

Kensey Olsen, A18, works through a physics problem on the chalkboard to prepare for her final exam, in the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex on Tufts' Medford campus. (Anna Miller/Tufts University)
Kensey Olsen, A18, works through a physics problem on the chalkboard to prepare for her final exam, in the Collaborative Learning and Innovation Complex on Tufts’ Medford campus. (Anna Miller/Tufts University)

Creating a learning environment is just as important to student learning as the content you are teaching. A positive learning environment takes into account the emotional, social, and physical factors present in the class, and maximizes students’ sense of belonging.

SHAPING LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS

Creating and Inclusive Learning Environment (Tufts CELT)

Student Engagement (Teaching@Tufts)

5 Principles as Pathways to Inclusive Teaching (Inside Higher Ed)

Learning Spaces at Tufts (Teaching@Tufts)

FIRST DAY OF CLASS

The First Day of Class (Tufts)

LAST DAY OF CLASS

The Last Class Session: How to Make it Count (Faculty Focus)

It’s a Wrap! Making the Last Day Memorable (Kennesaw State University)