In her new book, Making Learning-Centered Teaching Work: Practical Strategies for Implementation, Dr. Phyllis Blumberg provides easy to follow guidance on how to progressively implement this evidence-based approach to teaching. This approach describes essential actions that promote learning-centered teaching with STEM, foreign language learners, and unprepared students. Each action is explained through a published implementation example and a rubric for measuring the extent of implementation.
In this presentation, the examples will focus on how to foster success for all students, including historically marginalized students. This webinar launches the author’s new service of offering Making Learning-Centered Teaching Work Course Design Institutes and customizable workshops on implementing this approach. The book and her programs demonstrate how all faculty members can integrate learning-centered teaching into their practice without sacrificing content and rigor.