Center for Teaching Excellence
Teaching & Learning Tip
The Pygmalion Effect
The work of Rosenthal and Jacobsen (1968), among others, shows that teacher expectations influence student performance. Positive expectations influence performance positively, and negative expectations influence performance negatively.
Maximizing Your Time and Deepening Student Learning by Flipping You Class
Monday, November 25, 1-3 pm
Flipped classrooms are "hot" in the media. In short, students get the first exposure to new material on their own time. Then, they do the harder work of applying the new concepts in class, while interacting with the instructor and their peers. It can reduce grading time because faculty are regularly attuned to what students know and can do.
To find out more about this workshop, and to register, click here.