Teaching Tips on Tap

Teaching Tips on Tap

This is a new initiative of the Centre for Teaching and Learning. The Centre’s webpage has started building a database of short video clips that explain and explore various useful aspects of teaching and pedagogy. The short videos are available in the public domain for benefiting the teaching community everywhere.

This time, the series of videos are from Vasanthi Srinivasan, Professor, Organizational Behavior & Human Resources Management, and from Prateek Raj, Assistant Professor, Strategy.

Videos from Dr. Vasanthi Srinivasan:

Preparing for a Class in 4 Steps: In this video, Dr. Vasanthi Srinivasan brings her 20 years of teaching experience talking about preparing to teach a class. This video will be informative to educators who feel they have not prepared sufficiently for a class or aren’t sure about how much preparation can be labelled sufficient preparation.

Session Plan – Development and Process: In this video, Dr. Vasanthi Srinivasan talks from her experience when she provides tips on developing a session plan and also discusses the process.

Creating Energy in the Classroom: In this brief video, Dr. Vasanthi Srinivasan stresses that as a teacher you need to be enthusiastic in the classroom first, if you want to evoke enthusiasm in your students. She provides helpful tips to create a positive experience in the classroom.

Videos from Dr. Prateek Raj:

Creating More Student Engagement in Class: In this short video, Dr. Prateek Raj shares his experience in student engagement. He says inclusivity is key and offers tips on creating student engagement.

Being More Confident in the Classroom: In this brief video, Dr. Prateek Raj talks about the importance of being well prepared for teachers to be confident in class.