Originally posted by Andrew S. Campbell, Ph.D.
Academics like you are rarely satisfied with the status quo, and that extends to the classroom. Thanks to modern advancements, a lecture course can be adjusted, and even transformed, with the goal of increasing student understanding and retention.
At Haverford College, Professor Joshua Schrier is innovating his classroom to emphasize problem solving, creating a more efficient and lively learning experience. Hear how he uses tools like Sapling Learning to facilitate this general chemistry course.
Which techniques or resources do you use to engage your students? Share your thoughts in the comments below.