Pedagogy is the study and practice of teaching and learning. It examines how teachers can promote and facilitate student learning in educational settings. Pedagogical approaches often involve developing teaching strategies that use interactive methods to engage students and promote understanding. Pedagogy draws from theories of psychology, sociology, history, linguistics and anthropology to understand students’ needs and develop appropriate instructional techniques.
Teacher education programs in institutions of higher learning often focus on the development of pedagogical skills as part of preparing new teachers for work in classrooms.
The article covers a range of teaching strategies, including collaborative learning, flipped learning, and deep learning, and offers practical tips and advice for implementing these approaches in the classroom.
How can you move learning forward using formative assessment strategies in your classroom?
Strategies for Assessment for Learning: All the research and techniques you need for making AFL happen in the classroom.
Strategies and techniques that enable better outcomes in the classroom.