While most educators switch between teaching styles to accommodate student needs or adjust for the topic, one style usually stands out above the others as their preferred method. Each teaching style has pros and cons for both the teacher and student.
What’s your teaching style? Answer the five questions below to find out.
1. How do you feel about lecturing?
2. What’s your take on group work?
3. You get to have coffee with one of these famous academics. Who do you pick?
4. How do you best teach self-reliance and independent thought?
5. Pick one word you think most accurately describes your teaching.
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