Teaching best practices
Instructional best practices are general principles, guidelines, and suggestions for good and effective teaching that are supported by research. The key findings of four studies are summarized here. Because teaching is a complex process that varies depending upon academic content, instructional context and student characteristics, instructors should use these findings as a guide to develop their own best practices.
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