What are the ways I can implement my course content in an inclusive and inviting manner?
When your content, course structure, and assessment measurements have been designed, it is time to invite students to participate in your course. The implementation stage of the course is the time when students will access your materials. In general, it is important to use multiple instructional methods that are accessible to different learners and allow them to build on their own individual strengths.
Course implementation includes the instructor working with the students as a whole group during class, working individually with students outside of class, and students working with the course content on their own outside of class.
Additionally, delivery of your course can be divided into three main areas:
Selected Teaching Effectiveness Program Resources for Delivering Inclusive Course Materials
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Class Management: provides resources addressing the issue of how to maintain a civil classroom environment that benefits all students.
Classroom Management: provides resources addressing the issue of how to maintain a civil classroom environment that benefits all students.
Remember Students' Names: explores ideas to better remember the names of the students in your class.
Leading Small Group Exercises in a Large Class: offers an overview of working with small groups within a larger lecture course.
Group Work: introduces the process of setting up group work and team-based learning.