Teaching is an act of communication between knowledgeable scholars and active learners. Effective communication depends on how the information is presented and on its content.
- Classroom Communication Tips (a Sheridan Center resource)
- Creating Effective PowerPoint Presentations (a Sheridan Center resource)
- Teaching and Persuasive Communication: Class Presentation Skills (a Sheridan Center handbook)
- "The Listening Mind" (from Stanford University’s Center for Teaching and Learning)
- "An Overview of Effective Speaking" (from Stanford University’s Center for Teaching and Learning)
- "10 Simple Rules for Making Good Oral Presentations" (from PLoS Computational Biology)
- “How to Persuade – with Ethos, Pathos, or Logos?” (from The Chronicle of Higher Education)
Support at Brown
Relevant Sheridan Center programs
- Workshop: “Classroom Communication” (offered at the beginning of every semester)
Check Upcoming Events to see when this workshop is next offered.
Handouts from this workshop can be found in the Events archive.