Like a huddle on a sports team, teaching huddles are an opportunity for members of a teaching team to regroup and evaluate their teaching strategies. Teaching huddles are rapid-fire problem-solving sessions that take place each week while a course is in session. They are agile, meaning that they respond quickly and flexibly to the evolving needs of a course as it is being taught. Teaching huddles may be appropriate for any course that has more than one person working to help students learn course material. Some examples of teaching huddles include professors co-teaching a course, a professor working with graduate teaching assistants or Learning Fellows, or a professor working with instructional designers. ...continue reading "Teaching Huddles"
Kes Schroer joined the Dartmouth EdTech group as an instructional designer this month. We sat down with Kes to find out more about her background and her current work at Dartmouth. Stop by and visit Kes at EdTech’s location in Baker/Berry library!