The Generational Culture consists of values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors commonly accepted across a generation. These vary across generations and nationalities. It is important to understand these differences to meet the needs of adult learners. Each generation responds differently to motivation and teaching styles. Here are some of the identified characteristics of each generation as noted by sociologists:
Explore the characteristics and teaching strategies in the Generational Differences in the Online Classroom Piktochart.
Engagement strategies for the online environment:
The mission of the Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is to empower faculty members in their pursuit of professional growth through diverse offerings for the universal goal of student success.
Assessing & Improving (2)
This section provides resources for assessing student learning, assessing your teaching, and improving your class(es).
These are how-to documents, guides, tip clips, and just-in-time resources.
Here you will find teaching information on pedagogy, policies, professionalism, principles, frameworks, and student populations. Topics include FAC-10, Bloom's Taxonomy, Preterm Setup, and Information for Instructors.
This section provides guidance on classroom management, issues, methods, assessment, improvement, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Topics include feedback, engagement, instructor presence, and active learning.