Large Enrollment Classes Resources
The Office for Faculty Development recognizes that large enrollment classes require some different strategies and pedagogy considerations.
Pedagogy in the Large Classroom: Tips and Practices
The following sites and articles about teaching large enrollment classes have been accessed through the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, University of Michigan.
- “Six Ways to Make Lectures in a Large Enrollment Course More Manageable and Effective,” (U.C. Berkeley, 1983)
- “Interactive Lectures,” MacDonald and Teed, Science Education Resource Center, Carlton College, 2015
- "Eight Steps to Active Learning,” Terry Doyle, Ferris State University, 2015
- "Students Behaving Badly in Large Classes", Elisa Carbone, University of Wisconsin- Stout, 1999
- “Twenty Ways to Make Lectures More Participatory,” Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University, 2010
- “Resources for Teaching Large Classes,” Suzanne Weinstein, Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence, Pennsylvania State University, 2011
The Center for Innovative Teaching (CIT) Resources
This helpful document describes the large classrooms located in various buildings on campus.