Learning Environments

Your course modality 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.

 

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Chiara Mazzucchelli
College of Arts and Humanities Chiara    Mazzucchelli As an Italian instructor, by the book, much of my classroom work focuses on helping students build proficiency in the four language skill areasólistening, speaking, reading, and writing. However, my goal as a teacher goes beyond the facilitation of linguistic growth. I want to open students' eyes to other ways o...

Harry Coverston
College of Arts and Humanities Harry Coverston At the heart of my teaching philosophy is the principle of engagement. There is much research documenting that students who are not engaged in their own learning do not learn as much. In pursuit of that goal I create a wide range of exercises which I collect and grade designed to help students analyze and apply id...

Bruce M. Wilson
College of Sciences Bruce M. Wilson I see teaching as a multi-faceted endeavor where the role of the teacher is to provide students with excellent training in Political Science, to equip them with the skills to succeed in their careers, and to become lifelong learners. In my classes, I emphasize critical-thinking and writing skills and expose studen...