Description of Teaching Strategies and Learning Activities
The teaching strategies and learning activities that instructors implement should arise from their teaching philosophy, reflect the overall course design and promote the achievement of learning goals. Departments may invite instructors to provide an interpretive framework that situates the teaching materials and student work within this context.
When creating the interpretive framework, instructors should highlight the connections among course materials, learning goals and elements of their teaching philosophy. This will facilitate evaluation of those connections by peer reviewers.
- Examples of Teaching Strategies and Learning Activities
- McKeachie’s Teaching Tips, Chapters 4-6 & 15-24 — Kaneb Center Library