Learning Environments

Your course setting exerts enormous influence on just about every aspect of the class, including course design, assessment types, instructional activities, and classroom management. Accordingly, it makes sense to tailor your course for its specific learning environment and modality.

Refer to the navigation menu to the right for methods and strategies relevant to particular class sizes and environments.

 

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Lisa Mills
College of Arts and Humanities Lisa Mills When I arrived at UCF eleven years ago I believed my primary role as an educator was to prepare students for a profession. My teaching philosophy has greatly changed since then, and my classroom activities and assessments reflect a new and evolving belief that I should learn from my students and that I have a res...

Rani Vajravelu
College of Sciences Rani   Vajravelu My goal in teaching is to promote student success without compromising quality education. I use an interactive teaching style in all my courses, which range from large non-major to small-enrollment Honors and upper division classes. I create a learning environment that is mutually enjoyable for the teacher a...

William Self
College of Medicine William Self My goal when teaching any course is to highlight the core concepts in lecture so that the most critical aspects of the material are made clear to the students.  Students must read and study the details of the concepts, generally from a course textbook and PowerPoint slides that I develop from the textbook, to ...