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Teach a Course
Research by the National Survey for Student Engagement shows that students take great responsibility for learning when there is frequent interaction between students and faculty in a supportive, active learning environment. Teaching methodologies should be selected specifically to achieve learning goals.
Building a Supportive Learning Environment
Incorporating Discussion Into Your Teaching
Building and Working with Classroom Teams
Tufts Teaching Profiles
- Fostering Student Engagement by Eulogio Guzman, Tufts University
- Interactive Lectures by Roger Tobin, Tufts University
- Using Podcasts in Large Lectures by Francie Chew, Tufts University
- Using Discussions to Facilitate Learning by Fulcrum Institute, Tufts University
- Facilitating Online Discussions by Diane McKay, Tufts University
- Hands-On Learning by Chris Rogers, Tufts University
- Creating Digital Stories by Colin Orians, Tufts University
- Service Learning by Chris Swan, Tufts University
- Peer-to-Peer Learning by Mary Viola, Tufts University
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