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Distributed Practice |   Culturally Inclusive Teaching

Learning Theory


Distributed Practice

  • While we know that cramming for an exam is a bad idea, our students are likely studying right before the exam. Research has indicated that cramming does not allow for meaningful learning. This teaching tool will provide you simple ideas to prompt students to engage with the material over a period of time. Coming Soon. 

Culturally Inclusive Teaching

  • Each class context is unique. Culturally inclusive teaching recognizes and capitalizes on the diversity of learning backgrounds in order to enrich the learning experience of all students. This teaching tool provides you with prompts to create an inclusive class environment for students with varied cultural backgrounds and varied prior learning experiences.

Teaching Tools—Culturally Inclusive Teaching (PDF)


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