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  1. Motivating Our Students

    ... speaking to students, and use humour, where appropriate. In large classes, use online discussion forums to increase a sense of community. ... Student Morale and Confidence Building Community in Large Classes T eaching Metacognitive Skills ...

  2. Tools for Reflecting on Your Teaching

    ... committee can be an excellent way of getting feedback from large classes in particular. With this tool, a group of student volunteers act ... Little, Brown and Company. Gedalof, A. (1998). Teaching Large Classes. Halifax, NS: Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher ...

  3. Piazza

    ... interesting Q&A session. Driving Engagement in Large Classes, Dr. Joe Hummel, University of Illinois-Chicago, 36m video (Q&A ...

  4. Designing Multiple-Choice Questions

    ... which makes them an attractive assessment approach for large classes. Well designed MCQs allow testing for a wide breadth of content ...

  5. Universal Design: Instructional Strategies

    ... students.  For example, Address students by name. In large classes, strive to learn as many students’ names as possible and let ...

  6. Active Learning Activities

    ... Why The fishbowl activity works well in large classes where it might not be possible for everyone to engage in the same ...

  7. Exam Questions: Types, Characteristics, and Suggestions

    ... for a midterm exam. As a result, they are rarely used for large classes. Furthermore, unlike written exams, oral exams don’t ...

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