Teaching Toolkit

My Teaching Toolkit

“Teaching has been described as a complex, cognitive ability that is not innate but can be both learned and improved
upon”

SAROYAN & AMUNDSEN, 2001

The information here is designed to offer immediate, intermediate and long-term opportunities for developing one’s
own practice; the core aim is to provide practical advice and resources to all faculty, regardless of their longevity,
discipline or class size.

There are seven core areas listed below, where you will find insights and practical ideas supported by literature and
resources. The collection is designed to reflect one’s practical narrative as you prepare to engage and teach your
learners. However, each area may be addressed independently as required.

  1. Supporting Student Learning
  2. Delivering a Lecture
  3. Planning a Teaching Session
  4. Small Group Teaching Strategies
  5. Large Group Teaching Strategies
  6. An introduction to Assessment
  7. Giving Effective Feedback

References