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Instructional Strategies

Explore strategies for engaging students in learning.

Student wearing headphones looking at a laptop

How do I ensure that students come to class prepared?

Group of students having a meeting

How do I encourage discussion and get students to ask good questions?

Stack of sticky notes

How do I move away from traditional lectures and engage students in course content?

Group of students laughing and looking at a laptop

How do I set up groups and integrate group work and teamwork into my classes?

Rubiks cube

How do I get students to approach problem-solving in a creative way?

Two students looking at a computer

How do I get students to apply their learning to situations outside the classroom?

Student making a mind map of a whiteboard

How do I get students to synthesize what they do know, and reflect on what they dont?

Students looking at wall of sticky notes

How do I get students to become aware of their misconceptions?

Cell phone next to books

What technologies are available, at McGill and beyond, to support my teaching?

Fountain pen

Writing Assignment Toolkit

Discover tools for creating effective writing assignments, as well as strategies for commenting on and assessing students' written work.

Students looking at a laptop

The Arts Toolkit: Building classroom connections in all faculties

A collaborative initiative between the Faculty of Arts, Campus Life and Engagement and TLS, this collection of tools is useful for instructors in all faculties that are interested in building positive classroom communities and fostering a sense of belonging.
 

 


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