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Structuring Teaching

Started by Rokeya, November 07, 2018, 01:12:14 AM

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Consider incorporating short breaks into your teaching where students are taught in blocks. This helps maintain energy levels and ensure effective engagement from your students.
Begin lectures with a brief recap of what has been covered in the module so far. This need only take a few minutes and can be an effective tool to help students focus and contextualise your current lecture material.
Begin lectures with a brief, bullet pointed list of the day's aims, and to end lectures with a restatement of the lecture aims.
Aim to make your teaching sessions interactive.It encourages student engagement and helps maintain concentration.
Start and finish on time. To allow students time to travel between venues.