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10-1/2 Strategies For Engaging Students In Large Classes

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Whether you are relatively new to teaching large (lecture-hall style) classes, or you …

Whether you are relatively new to teaching large (lecture-hall style) classes, or you
have spent years educating large classes, join Barbara Nixon, Michael Reksulak, and
others from GSU the Faculty Learning Community on Teaching Large Classes to learn and share your strategies for being both the sage on the stage AND the guide on the side. (NOTE: Speaker's Notes will be added sometime before April 10.)

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  • 1. 10½ STRATEGIES FOR ENGAGING STUDENTS IN LARGE CLASSES Teaching Large Classes Faculty Learning Community :: Georgia Southern University
  • 2. A VISION OF STUDENTS TODAY
  • 3. BEFORE CLASS
  • 4. GET THERE EARLY 1
  • 5. SET CLEAR EXPECTATIONS 2
  • 6. DURING CLASS
  • 7. FOLLOW 20-MINUTE RULE 3
  • 8. DON’T STAY GLUED 4
  • 9. NO DEATH POWERPOINT BY 5
  • 10. ASK LOTS OF QUESTIONS 6
  • 11. USE CLICKERS 7
  • 12. HAVE STUDENTS SHARE 8
  • 13. AFTER CLASS
  • 14. USE GEORGIAVIEW 9
  • 15. CHECK PULSE 10
  • 16. WHAT OTHER TIPS DO YOU HAVE TO SHARE?
  • 17. IDEAS FROM YOU?
  • 18. BUT WAIT . . . THERE’S MORE!
  • 19. THE ½ STRATEGY? 10½
  • 20. RESOURCES
  • 21. LINKS For a variety of additional tips on teaching large  classes, see http://delicious.com/barbaranixon/TeachingLargeClasses
  • 22. GSU TLC FLC Michael Reksulak, Facilitator Frank Atuahene Wendy Taheri Barbara Nixon Phillip Waldrop Caryn Self-Sullivan Mark Welford
  • 23. CONTACT ME Barbara B. Nixon, Ph.D. (ABD) Assistant Professor of Public Relations Georgia Southern University Life Member & Past President of the International Listening Association (listen.org) E-mail: bnixon@georgiasouthern.edu  Twitter: barbaranixon  Skype: barbara.b.nixon  Blogs: publicrelationsmatters.com &  learnercentered.wordpress.com