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Teaching Strategy

Matching teaching methods to course objectives is an essential, good teaching practice. Preparing your course has parallels to preparing your research.  You wouldn’t choose a research method without first knowing your research questions; you should treat choosing your teaching strategy with the same mindset.

Here is the teaching/research analogy:

Questions, Aims
Course objectives
Research Methodology
Teaching methods
Data Analysis
Student assessment
Faculty assessment

Here is an example of matching your teaching methods to your course objectives:

Possible Teaching Methods
Recalling, recognizing facts
Applying facts
Active learning techniques
Lecture with case study
Lecture with lab
Lecture with discussions
Creating new information from old
Evaluating someone else’s information
Active learning techniques

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