The Bok Center staff are always delighted to meet you in person to discuss your questions about teaching. We've compiled this knowledge base of ideas and best practices for those moments when all you need is a quick reference to plan your next lesson.
How should you design the activities and assignments for your curriculum, your course, or your individual class period in order to give students the best chance of achieving the goals you've set for them?
How can you plan lessons and engage with your students in and out of the classroom in a way that motivates them and helps them appreciate the value of your goals and your assignments?
Assessing students' work and offering them feedback on their learning is one of the most important things an instructor does. How can you make sure that it feels like an opportunity for meaningful conversation, rather than a chore?
Universities have many terms for speaking about their values and the communities they hope to foster: diversity, inclusion, and belonging; justice, equality, and equity. What does it mean to teach in a way that recognizes and respects the values of all students?
What role will teaching play in your career? How can you invest in your professional development, and learn to talk about your teaching in a way that propels you forward in your job—and in your life?