Some tips from various people. Not necessarily good tips!
- Arrive 15 minutes early. It’s a strong message that shows you care. You can have informal conversation.
- Immediate and continuous feedback.
- fast, flexible, and scalable feedback on teaching with end-of-class micro surveys
- I like how Gary King emphasizes the “engage in the collective experience” and “we learn better collectively”
For graduate students
- turnitin.com - check plagiarism.
- https://perusall.com: interactive and collective reading assignments.
- Guidelines for Teaching Assistants
- Inexpensive techniques to improve education: Applying cognitive psychology to enhance educational practice
- Why students don’t learn what we think we teach
- Salman Khan: Let’s use video to reinvent education
Courses on teaching
- UCF Professor Richard Quinn accuses class of cheating