Course Design

Group work is an effective active learning method; however, not all learners come to your class understanding how to work in a group.
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Whiteboards can be used to enhance the learning experience by engaging learners, assessing learning, and creating interactive lessons.
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Closure activities help instructors check understanding, inform subsequent instruction, and emphasize key information.
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It’s a good idea to break up lectures with activities that encourage learner engagement with lecture material.
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Dynamic Assessment can help learners, particularly ELL students who are struggling with production, feel more confident.
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These five techniques are quick and easy to use alongside lectures, allowing learners to exercise core competencies in that context.
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A great way to structure meaningful dialogue and gauge learner comprehension on a specific topic.
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Increase the accessibility of your Canvas content by adding ALT Text (alternative text) to images to support learners who are blind or visually impaired.
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Mental Cartography? Introduce your class to the concept of using mind maps to create visuals of textbook chapters.
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