Warner Lunch Hour - Teaching Larger Classes or Research Teams

Nancy Ayers, Ph.D., Teaching and Curriculum
Kathryn Douthit, Ph.D. – Counseling and Human Development
Ruthanne Vitagliano, Ph.D. – Educational Leadership
Andrew Wall, Ph.D. – Educational Leadership


The word “larger,” regarding class size or research teams,can have relative meanings. When there is a perception of a large class, how can an instructor find quality time to listen to all students, to use differentiated learning strategies, and to provide the attention that each student deserves?

Start your semester by participating in this Warner Lunch Hour discussion of Teaching Larger Classes or Research Teams. Join the discussion with a panel of Warner professors, as they reflect on some strategies that have worked for them, and strategies that disappointed.


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