The following videos provide a varity of teaching strategies and best practices. Each video is presented by Ryerson's Teaching Chairs and is a maximum of five minutes long. Click on the links below to access the videos.
In higher education, there is a growing need to create assignments and opportunities for students to work in groups to prepare them for the workforce. Research indicates that the success of these groups depends on how instructors facilitate group work. In this program Ryerson’s teaching chairs provide advice on how to effectively facilitate group work.
Multiple choice questions have several proven strengths. They provide a wide sampling of content and objectives, and a highly reliable test score. On the other hand, there are some limitations to multiple choice questions. In this program, Ryerson’s teaching chairs provide best practices on how to develop multiple choice questions.
Many students are using mobile devices in their classrooms. In this program we will explore perspectives on either allowing or banning mobile devices and laptops in classrooms. Here are some insights from Ryerson’s teaching chairs.
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