Classroom Techniques

Selected Readings:

Alhalabi, W., & Alhalabi, M. (2017). Color coded cards for student behavior management in higher  education environments. International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 18(1), 196-207.


Carraway, C., & Burris, S. (2017). Common themes emerged from teaching philosophies and methods of effective postsecondary teachers. NACTA Journal, 61(1), 27


Nold, H. (2017). Using critical thinking teaching methods to increase student success: an action research project. International Journal of Teaching & Learning In Higher Education, 29(1), 17.


Paff, L. A. (2015). Does grading encourage participation? Evidence & implications. College Teaching, 63(4), 135-145.


Sanchez, N. S. (2017). Discovering students’ preference for classroom activities and teachers’ frequency of activity use. Colombian Applied Linguistics Journal, 19(1), 51.


Shikhantsov, A. (2016). Teaching techniques: four ears hear more than two–a competitive team approach to listening practice. English Teaching Forum, 54(3), 37-40.


Solis, O.J. and Turner, W.D. (2017).  Building positive student-instructor interactions: engaging students through caring leadership in the classroom.  Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence, (1)1.


Tews, M. J., Jackson, K., Ramsay, C., & Michel, J. W. (2015). Fun in the college classroom: examining its nature and relationship with student engagement. College Teaching, 63(1), 16-26.


Wang, J., Pascarella, E. T., Nelson Laird, T. F., & Ribera, A. K. (2015). How clear and organized classroom instruction and deep approaches to learning affect growth in critical thinking and need for cognition. Studies in Higher Education, 40(10), 1786-1807.


Zhai, X., Gu, J., Liu, H., Liang, J., & Tsai, C. (2017). An experiential learning perspective on students’ satisfaction model in a flipped classroom context. Educational Technology & Society, (1), 198.