CUTLA Teaching Tips for Student Engagement
Teaching, learning, and assessment tips that facilitate student learning or promote student engagement based on scholarly literature and suggestions from faculty who have successfully used these strategies.
To Receive Teaching Tips
CUTLA Teaching Tips are weekly e-mail messages to the faculty of UWF describing an instructional strategy that faculty might find helpful in promoting active learning and student engagement. If you are a UWF faculty member and do not currently receive the Teaching Tip e-mail but would like to receive future postings, contact CUTLA.
Do you have an instructional strategy that improves student learning or promotes student engagement with your class? Send a description of your teaching tip to Claudia Stanny at the Center for University Teaching, Learning, and Assessment for posting in a future Teaching Tip mailing.
Best of Teaching Tips
A collection of 80 of the best teaching tips from 2006-2016 categorized and presented in an easily readable PDF format. Best of Teaching Tips
Spring Semester Teaching Tips
Self-care during remote instruction and remote learningJanuary 19, 2021 | Claudia Stanny
As we begin another semester of remote instruction, we can learn from past experiences with remote teaching to improve teaching and learning in this new environment. In addition to adapting course structures and assignments, we can improve the quality of the learning experience by paying attention to self-care.
Guidelines for interpreting student comments on end-of-term course evaluationsJanuary 12, 2021 | Claudia Stanny
The term is finished. You submitted your grades. Now you can take a look at the ratings and comments on your course evaluations. Perhaps this is your first term teaching. Or you might be a new chair, reviewing student comments on courses taught by faculty in your department. The task of making sense out of the ratings and the comments can be daunting.
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