Month: July 2017

Academic Minute

Teaching Critical Thinking

July 19, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Evidence-Based Strategies / Pinned

Amander Hiner explores the topic of teaching critical thinking in a segment of the Academic Minute. Hiner is Assistant Professor of English at Winthrop University and an alumna of Washington University (PhD and MA, English and American Literature). Hiner discusses research suggesting that, rather than assume that our students are learning critical-thinking skills by engaging with disciplinary […]

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1.13.2016--Teaching Center’s iTeach Faculty Symposium--Megan Daschbach, Lecturer in Chemistry, lead Combining Active Learning with Lectures.
Photos by Joe Angeles/WUSTL Photos

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Active Learning and Inclusive Teaching in Gen Chem

July 14, 2017 | Beth Fisher

Evidence-Based Strategies / Pinned

Megan Daschbach, PhD,  Senior Lecturer in Chemistry, discusses her commitment to improving student learning and helping diverse students persist in STEM in this issue of The Ampersand (Arts & Sciences). Daschbach describes her current work, with her co-instructors, integrating active learning and inclusive-teaching approaches in General Chemistry at Washington University. To learn more about inclusive teaching, and […]

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