Tag: Effective Teaching

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New Perspective on Lecturing in Teaching

October 16, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

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Lecturing is a contentious subject lately, with some teachers arguing that it should be abolished in favor of more active learning methods. However, calling for an end to lecturing overlooks its advantages and nuances, writes Joshua Eyler, director of the Center for Teaching Excellence and adjunct associate professor of humanities at Rice University, in a […]

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iTeach Logo: Exchanging Ideas on Teaching

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iTeach Faculty Symposium on Teaching

December 4, 2017 | Beth Fisher


The biennial iTeach symposium brought together Washington University faculty from all seven schools at the university to learn about effective, innovative approaches to teaching. iTeach 2018 began with a plenary by Mary Murphy, PhD (Associate Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences and Associate Vice Provost for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Indiana University). Sixteen sessions on teaching and research on […]

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