A midcourse evaluation provides a university-recognized measure of teaching effectiveness. Maximize the quality of the evaluation process by consulting with a CTE Faculty Teaching Associate to help you:
choose which evaluation method fits your needs and your course the best,
analyze and interpret your feedback, and
frame results and reflections to support your career goals.
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Instruction that is designed using evidence-based principles of teaching and learning can ease student stress by providing for clarity, flexibility, and inclusion. Learn about three teaching strategies to promote both students’ content mastery and well-being in this Faculty Focus article.
Bringing Active Learning Into the Classroom
Active learning strategies promote critical thinking and problem solving to help students take ownership of their learning. In this article from Faculty Focus,curated by CTE Faculty Teaching Associate Anne Whitesell (Political Science), learn about several ways to increase student engagement through the use of class discussion and experiential learning in and out of the classroom.