Strategies for Teaching Large Classes

Large classes create enormous challenges for the faculty who teach them. From reducing anonymity to incorporating active learning activities, there’s a reason why large classes are considered the most difficult to teach.

So much of what we know about effective instruction is all that much more difficult with a large class. If teaching large classes is a part of your life, you’ll want to download our special report: Strategies for Teaching Large Classes.

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Sometimes you look out from the podium at the sea of faces looking back at you, and you wonder: Is this a class or a rock concert?

Most educators would agree that their ideal teaching environment would be (to carry the musical theme a little further) the equivalent of an intimate, acoustic, coffee-shop performance.

But instead, they often get… Woodstock.

This 20-page report, Strategies for Teaching Large Classes, is yours FREE!

Full of insights, ideas and best practices for the classroom, this must-have report features a dozen articles from our editorial staff and educators at leading colleges and universities nationwide. Here’s just a small sampling of the articles you’ll find in the Report…

  • Large Courses and Student Expectations
  • Tips for Using Questioning in Large Classes
  • Virtual Teams With Fluid Membership
  • Actively Engaging Large Classes in the Sciences
  • What Do Students Think About Active learning?
  • Large Classes: Approaches Taken in One Discipline
  • Strategies for Large Classes

You’ll discover new ways to make large classes meaningful for students, get ideas for creating a richer learning experience, and see how you can restore some sanity to your workload.

Best of all this 20-page Special Report, developed to help you teach large classes well, is absolutely free. It’s yours simply for registering to receive e-mail alerts from Faculty Focus.

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