This web page has been created to assist you build a repertoire of strategies and activities that you can use in your classroom to deliver important content and curriculum to your students in meaningful ways. There are endless opportunities in the class to invite your students into the learning experience which will deepen their own understanding of the material you are presenting as well as make your teaching experience much richer and enjoyable.
Approach to Planning Content is a useful approach to content planning, whether you develop a course ahead of time or find yourself needing to reduce the amount of coverage during the semester because of time constraints.
Academic Integrity contains a wealth of resources for course directors, teaching assistants, and for your students. Consider resources and strategies to help promote academic integrity.
Active Learning and Active Learning Strategies provides numerous active learning strategies and ice breakers that you can adapt or modify to suit your course and the needs of your learners.
Engaging Students in Large Classes contains videos of Brenda Orazietti, Nursing Educator in the Faculty of Health at York University, to learn how she engages her students with their learning in large lectures.
Facilitating Effective Group Work provides resources, strategies, and examples for the effective design and assessment of in class projects and lessons designed to teach teamwork skills.
What Makes a Good Lecture? contains videos that illuminates what Rebecca Jubis, Psychology, Faculty of Health at York University does when she gives student lectures.
Managing Conflict in the Classroom includes behaviours to be aware of such as wisecracks and insults, disagreement and confrontation and anger as well as some suggestions for how to deal with each of these behaviours.
Senate Policies on Teaching and Learning connects you to a variety of senate policies including academic honesty, grading and academic standards, academic disruption, class cancellation, emergency preparedness, weather emergencies, and more.
Supplemental Instruction Supplemental Instruction is a well- recognized approach to supporting student learning incorporating peer instruction. York is using this approach to support students in high risk courses.