Intentional Teaching Practices Model

Intentional Teaching Practices Model

Good teaching doesn't happen by chance. All learning happens in a cultural context so we need to make intentional choices to create a trusting, equitable learning environment. One of the purposes of this model is to empower instructors to make learning accessible to all students and close the achievement gap whether it is related to race, ethnicity, gender, socio-economic status, disability, or other reasons.

The Intentional Teaching Practices model is formatted into three categories to simplify your course planning. Student learning is at the heart of this model, however, the key to success in this model is the decisions the instructor makes when it comes to setting up the environment, communicating with students, the instructional choices they make, and which practice opportunities are chosen.

You are invited to click on each button below to move through the process of designing your course and each lesson with intentional choices that best fit your content, the students in your class, and your instructional style. 

Peer Evaluation of Teaching (1):

Classroom Environment

Peer Evaluation of Teaching (2):

Instructional Practices

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