Aligning research and best practices regarding teaching with the infusion of technology resources is challenging, but significantly more manageable as the body of knowledge in this area increases. Based upon fifty years of research, the Seven Principles of Effective Teaching (originally Seven Principles for Good Practice) was developed by Arthur Chickering and Zelda Gamson in 1986. This summary of decades of educational research findings defines activities most likely to improve learning outcomes.
Classroom Management Tools for Effective Teaching
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