Imagine a scenario where students retain knowledge effectively and are active and engaged participants who are self-aware of what they know (and don’t know). Did you picture a lecture class, students taking a test, or students writing? In this episode, John discusses three ways in which he has been using peer-instruction in his classes: classroom polling, calibrated peer review writing assignments, and two-stage exams.
A transcript of this episode and show notes may be found at http://teaforteaching.com.
Nurturing a Growth Mindset
Sharing Disciplinary Pedagogies
Structured for Inclusion
Motherhood, Poetry, and Academia
Pedagogies of Care: Sensory Experiences
Active Learning: 6 Feet of Separation
Lessons Learned Online
Pedagogies of Care: Ungrading
Pedagogies of Care: Evidence Based Practices
Pedagogies of Care: Creativity