1. Using Online Asynchronous Discussions to Increase Student Engagement & Active Learning
  2. Three-Step Interview (classroom)
  3. Think/Pair/Share (online)
  4. Think/Pair/Share (classroom)
  5. Think-Aloud Pair Problem-Solving (classroom)
  6. Talking Chips (classroom)
  7. Student-Defined Questions in Large Courses (online)
  8. Student-Defined Questions (classroom)
  9. Structured Problem-Solving (classroom)
  10. Small-Group Discussions (online)
  11. Small-Group Discussions (classroom)
  12. Small Teaching Strategies
  13. Send-a-Problem (classroom)
  14. Self-Explaining
  15. Round Robin (classroom)
  16. Retrieving
  17. Pro and Con Grid in Large Courses (online)
  18. Pro and Con Grid (online)
  19. Pro and Con Grid (classroom)
  20. Predicting
  21. Practicing
  22. Online Peer Editing
  23. Movitation
  24. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point in Large Courses (online)
  25. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point (online)
  26. Minute Paper/Muddiest Point (ALC)
  27. Minute Paper / Muddiest Point (classroom)
  28. Memory Matrix (classroom)
  29. Memory Matrix (ALC)
  30. Interleaving
  31. Growing
  32. Focused Listing (classroom)
  33. Focused Listing (ALC)
  34. Fishbowl Discussion (online)
  35. Fishbowl Discussion (classroom)
  36. Expanding
  37. Empty Outlines (classroom)
  38. Empty Outlines (ALC)
  39. Defining Features Matrix in Large Courses (online)
  40. Defining Features Matrix (classroom)
  41. Content, Form, and Function Outlines (classroom)