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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Stephen Kuebler
College of Sciences Stephen  Kuebler My teaching philosophy is that pedagogic activities should be guided by the principal: “Do this if it enables students to learn.” My teaching practices should empower students to take ownership of their education and help them realize that they are responsible for their learning outcomes. When students...

Tison Pugh
College of Arts and Sciences Tison  Pugh The one common feature of all medieval literature, despite differences in authors, cultures, and genres, is that it is very, very old. When beginning my courses, I often face resistant students who have predetermined that, because of its age, the literature under examination is useless, if not altoget...

Shari Hodgson
College of Sciences Shari  Hodgson My teaching philosophy has evolved during my 22 years of experience in the university, business, and legal contexts. To be succinct, I am committed to inspiring all persons to become passionate, engaged, lifelong learners who develop the skills to be productive members of our global society. To accomplish this g...