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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Terri Fine
College of Sciences Terri  Fine Learning is an imperfect process best tackled with a holistic approach. Strengths, weaknesses and work habits combine so that some students perform better than others; all students need to show strengths and address weaknesses as part of their learning. I provide diverse assessments while also working with student...

Aubrey Jewett
College of Arts and Sciences Aubrey   Jewett Active learning fosters academic success. When students take part in the learning process they learn more and retain more than when operating in the passive mode. Thus whether attending a local council meeting, performing statistical analysis on data to investigate a research question or using t...

Rani Vajravelu
College of Sciences Rani Vajravelu My teaching philosophy is to provide the best pedagogical experience that opens avenues for life-long learning. I help students to develop an appreciation for the course content which will prepare them for the work force and real world situations. I strongly believe that high quality education also can be cost...