Design Thinking is a mindset and approach to learning, collaboration, and problem solving. In practice, the design process is a structured framework for identifying challenges, gathering information, generating potential solutions, refining ideas, and testing solutions.
Strategies for Online Teaching Online teaching is increasingly common at many types of higher education institutions, ranging from hybrid courses that offer a combination of in-person and online instruction, to fully online experiences and distance learning.
Teachers are now learning that using “Gamification” teaching strategies, which put simply is applying the elements of game playing to activities, is a great way to engage learners. If you think about it, many of us use elements in gamification probably every day that we go to a store and use a rewards card.
7 Inquiry-Based Learning Strategies and Activities for Teachers Like any teaching method, there are strategies to help you successfully run an inquiry activity. These strategies will also allow you and your students to enjoy the full extent of inquiry-based learning’s benefits.
In The Socratic method: What is it and how to use it in the classroom, Stanford University's Center for Teaching and Learning Newsletter (Fall 2003) focuses on articulating the usefulness of the Socratic method, a question-based way of structuring class discussion.
Cooperative Learning Get information on cooperative learning, an instructional strategy in which small groups of students work together on a common task. This teaching method is an excellent way to allow students to think critically without relying on you for answers.
Video: Self-Directed Learning: Definition & Strategies Self-directed learning is a type of instructional strategy where students take charge of their learning process. This lesson will discuss components, benefits, and teaching strategies of self-directed learning.
To benefit from social media, you need to build a clear strategy that takes into account what you're trying to achieve, who your customers are and what your competition is doing. To benefit from social media, you need to build a clear strategy that takes into account what you're trying to achieve, who your customers are and what your competition is doing.
Interactive Lecture Strategies Many thanks to Community Members Dena Leshner and Jeniffer Obando, Senior Instructional Designers from the Teaching and Learning with Technology Team, who prepared the follow information for the March 21, 2017 workshop which they facilitated.