Student-centred Teaching & Learning
Student-centered Learning: What Does It Mean for Students and Lecturers? by Geraldine O’Neill and Tim McMahon from University College of Dublin. Excellent, concise paper with good examples for implementing in the university setting.
Student-centered Learning Addressing Faculty Questions about Student-centered Learning: by Jeffrey Froyd and Nancy Simpson from Texas A&M University. Practical answers to questions about student-centred learning, including how to implement in a university setting.
Five Characteristics of Learner-centered Teaching: by Maryellen Weimer, PhD. In Faculty Focus from August 8, 2012.
Student-centered Teaching Methods: a table identifying types of active learning with feedback (with links to examples), their descriptions, and research studies demonstrating enhanced learning.
Student-Centered Learning Strategies for Math and Other Subjects: by Paul Bogdan. In edutopia.org from February 18, 2011.
Active Learning with Dr Richard Felder: 11:43 minute YouTube video with Dr Felder walking through a class discussing how to use more active learning.
Are College Lectures Unfair? by Annie Murphy Paul in The New York Times Sunday Review, September 13, 2015.
Helping Students Find Meaning in Core Curriculum Classes: by Julianne Hazen, PhD. in Faculty Focus from June 22, 2015.
Faculty Toolkit for Service-Learning in Higher Education Link to practical guide. Edited by Sarena D Seifer and Kara Connors, Community Campus Partnership for Health for Learn and Serve America’s National Learning-Service Clearinghouse.