Anticipatory Sets & Closures
What's the most commonly used instructional technology across disciplines in higher education?
Slides. You know, like powerpoint, keynote, google slides, or another variety.
How can your use of slides enhance your pedagogical practice and drive an engaged learning experience that promotes critical thinking?
With Anticipatory-Sets & Closures.
Anti-Sets and Closures impact academic learning outcomes by creating a "beginning" and "end" to your class. Think of them as a warm-up and a cool-down before and after exercising or "setting your intention" and "sabasana" in a yoga session.
I presented this age old practice to ~80 graduate students part of the Graduate Teacher Program during their Fall Intensive.
Here's the cheatsheet to make your own: