Find Seven Years of Strong Instructional Practice Articles Loaded with Teaching Tips and Strategies
Each week, the Early Bird invites readers to take a “SIP” of a Strong Instructional Practice. The SIP topics are inspired by issues and challenges faced by faculty members here at Metropolitan State University of Denver and open the door for participation in national dialogues on pedagogy and higher ed in general. The tips and strategies shared in the SIPs can be employed by faculty members in any discipline and are accompanied by a bevy of resources to further enhance these Thursday articles.
If you enjoy the SIPs and are thirsty for more, take a drink from the Well – the MSU Denver repository of the past seven years of SIP history. Visit the Well to search SIPs by topic or simply peruse the archives. Here are a few classic articles to get you started:
- SIP 1.1 The Class Notetaker
- SIP 3.4 Integrated Attendance and Participation Policies
- SIP 7.1 Creating Productive Physical Space in the Classroom
- SIP 7.5 Normalizing Asking for Help