Richard Lyons’ Tip of the Week Series

00. The First Class Meeting

01. Following Up The First Class Meeting 

02. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Instructors

03. Preparing Students for the First Exam

04. Following Up the First Examination

05. The High-Tech, High-Touch Paradox

06. Infusing Technology Into Your Courses

07. Managing Class Time Effectively

08. Using Student Centered Learning Strategies

09. Using Small Group Learning Effectively

10. Orchestrating Classroom Discussion

11. Using Rubrics to Guide Evaluation of Student Work

12. “Preliminary” Student Evaluations

13. How to Survive When You’re Not Prepared for Class

14. Brining Your Course to An Effective Conclusion

15. Conducting An Effective Final Class Meeting

16. Determining Final Course Grades

17. Improving Your Teaching Through Analysis of Student Evaluations

18. Summertime Teaching

19. Teaching to How Students Learn

20. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Professors

21.  Student Expectations

22. Using Video Presentations Effectively

23. Infusing Technology Into Your Course

24. Managing Class Time Effectively

25. Using Rubrics to Guide Evaluation of Student Work

26. The High-Tech, High-Touch Paradox

27. Orchestrating More Effective Classroom Discussions

28. Employing Student-Centered Learning Strategies

29. Managing Class Time Effectively

30. The Course Syllabus

31. Developing A Faculty Mentoring Relationship

32. Building Accountability Into Your Teaching

33. Voluntary-Mandatory Student Office Visits

34. Learning Styles

35. Teaching Styles

36. Managing the First Exam

37. Today’s Teaching and Learning Paradigm

38. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Students

39. Using Role Playing Effectively In Your Classroom

40. Strategic Use of Student Presentations

41. Teaching Practices Self Analysis

42. Retaining Students Throughout the Term

43. Student Evaluations of the Informal Kind

44. How Do Students Learn?

45. How to Survive When You’re Not Prepared for Class

46. Using Guest Speakers Effectively

47. Calculating Final Course Grades

48. Bring Your Course to An Effective Conclusion

49. Conducting An Effective Final Class Meeting

50. Learning from Student Evaluations

51. Student Expectations

52. Course Syllabus

 

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