Cued Notes


In Cued Notes, students use a template to prompt them to record a cue that you provide and to take notes on a lecture segment tied to the cue. Then, the template prompts students to summarize the full lecture.

Note-Taking Pairs


In Note-Taking Pairs, student partners work together to improve their individual notes.

Technique #43 - Punctuated Lecture

Punctuated Lecture


During a Punctuated Lecture, students listen to the lecture for approximately 15 to 20 minutes. At the end of the lecture segment, the teacher pauses and asks students to answer a question about what they are doing at that particular moment.

Technique #44 - Fishbowl



In Fishbowl, students form concentric circles with a small group inside and a larger group outside. Students in the inner circle engage in an in-depth discussion, while students in the outer circle listen and critique content, logic, and group interaction.

Technique 45 - Individual Readiness Assurance Tests

Individual Readiness Assurance Tests


Individual Readiness Assurance Tests are closed-book quizzes that students complete after an out-of-class reading, video, or other homework assignment.

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Quotation Summaries


In Quotation Summaries, students comment on a series of quotes from their assigned reading using a structured process: paraphrase, interpret, comment, and cite.

What? So What? Now What? Journals


In What? So What? Now What? Journals, students reflect on their recent course-related activities as they respond to each prompt in a journal entry.

Think-Aloud-Pair Problem Solving


In Think-Aloud-Pair Problem Solving (or TAPPS for short), students take turns solving problems aloud while a peer listens and provides feedback.

Briefing Paper


In a Briefing Paper, students research a current problem of their choice, summarize the main issues, and present solutions to a specific audience.

Sentence Stem Predictions


In Sentence Stem Predictions (SSP), the professor presents a partial sentence that is structured to prompt students to predict select aspects of the upcoming lecture.