Teaching large classes is particularly challenging physically and psychologically for both teachers and students. For professors, it is not enough to just talk louder, write bigger and make grandiose gestures. For students, it may mean feeling part of a potentially faceless, undifferentiated mass.

Learn practical strategies to help both you and your students cope with large class situations.

Teaching and Learning in Large Classes at Ontario Universities:
An Exploratory Study

Demands for increased accountability, demonstrated quality assurance and increased research and development responsibilities have placed higher burdens on institutions and faculty, which are intensified by tight budgets and limited resources.

Teaching Large Classes

Resources for Teaching Large Classes compiled by Western University

Book Review: Teaching Large Classes

A synopsis of the most helpful hints for teaching large classes from the book "Teaching Large Classes" by Allan J. Gedalof

Large Classes

Find links to key literature, case examples, and campus services related to teaching large classes compiled by Simon Fraser University.

Teaching Large Classes Resources

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