Transparent teaching methods help students understand how and why they are learning course content in particular ways. This list of options is adapted frequently as faculty participants identify further ways to provide explicit information to students about learning and teaching practices. Faculty participants usually employ one option from the list and students indicate the impact of this small change when they complete an online survey (taking about four to five minutes) at the end of the course. Please email email@example.com to add your suggestions to the list.
Share criteria for success and examples of good work (as above in “discuss assignments’ learning goals”), then ask students to apply these criteria in written feedback on peers’ drafts
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