Adelphi University

Committee on Teaching and Advisement

Teaching Connections

Teaching Tips

The Senate Committee for Teaching and Advisement wishes you a wonderful start to the semester and many enjoyable teaching experiences!

Teaching Tips 2014-2015

Luck of Teaching:
Wed March 4.  12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.  Campbell Lounge, Room 2
Featured Teaching Excellence Winners: 
Professor Judy Fenster and Professor Tom Shinick 
Presented by the Senate Committee for Teaching & Advisement

As a bonus, please enjoy this collection of teaching tips from the 2014 U.S. professors of the year.  Their insights include suggestions for teaching like using local archives and historians, having students give demonstrations, and utilizing "think-pair-share" discussion methods in class:

Thinking of taking part in some team teaching? Check out some useful models and arrangements.

No time to collaborate in person? Explore some digital tools that can come to your aid.

Make the most of group work and learning in the collaborative classroom with some organizational strategies. Read more here.

Explore 101 ways to bring creativity into your teaching

Consider flipping your classroom with some activities at home and more hands-on experiences in class

Peruse tips and tools for assessing students' creative work

Looking to personalize and maximize your course's last few sessions?  Try these reflection opportunities and rituals.

Or consider presentations and portfolios.

Do you have any creative teaching tips for the end of the semester you'd be willing to share? Please email

Missed a tip? Check out our archives.

Searching for a Spring university service committee? We welcome new members!


For additional information, please contact:

Cindy Arroyo
Associate Professor,Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

p - 516.877.4768
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Courtney Weida
Assistant Professor and Director of Art Education Program, Department of Art and Art History

p - 516.877.4105
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