Teaching Strategy and Discussion Structure
-Sequence of topics/pedagogical logic of the session
-A clear sense of objectives for the session--not only what students
will do but what they will learn.
-Types and sequencing of questions
-challenging or follow-up questions
-action-oriented (what would you do)
-hypothetical (providing different assumptions)
-predictive (for comparison with what actually happened)
-A strategy to begin--your moment of greatest control.
-Anticipating how to move through points or topics.
-Reflecting on the group's dynamics thus far, planning for team work,
reinforcing relationships, noting problem areas.
Audiovisuals, Boardwork, Other Media
-Be acquainted with all the materials you'll use and how they will
-Anticipating where and how you should end.
Getting and Using Feedback
-Using formal and informal methods to judge the outcomes of your teaching
and the group's work. Factoring the feedback back into your overall