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Instruction: Exercises for FYS and Other Courses: Home

Explanation

This LibGuide is for us to share how we teach the IL skills we identified as important to teach in FYS sessions, as well as materials for other classes. Please feel free to contribute!

Think-Pair-Share

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Formats for Instruction

150 Teaching Methods List (UNC Charlotte)

Direct Instruction:

  • Demonstration
  • Discussion as presentation
  • Lecture
  • Socratic method
    (scripted series of questions)
  • Drill and practice (replicate)
  • Tutorial
  • Guided discussion
  • Podcast/Vodcast
  • Pecha kucha, lightning talks

Discovery Learning:

  • Interactive tutorial
  • Open discussion
  • Unconference/barcamp
  • Seminar
    (learners develop a portfolio)
  • Group project/presentation
    (direct or video)
  • Role play
  • Apprenticeship
  • Games
  • Case study
    (real life, problem-based)

Source: Booth, Char. Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators. Chicago: American Library Association, 2011.

Is it.....

Incremental

Organized

Responsive

Social

Engaging?

 

Source: Booth, Char. Reflective Teaching, Effective Learning: Instructional Literacy for Library Educators. Chicago: American Library Association, 2011.

Methods Resources

Thinking Routines (Project Zero, Harvard)