7 Principles for Good Teaching Practice

The 7 Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education were originally published in 1987 by Arthur Chickering and Zelda Gamson. These are widely accepted principles and they have been applied in various contexts. For your review (or if you haven’t seen the original) the link to the original article (reprinted with permission by the Wingspread Journal: Johnson Foundation) is below for download:
Seven Principles for Good Practice by Chickering and Gamson PDF

Further adaptations have included considerations around technology and CMS features (such as those used in WebCT and Vista):

The TLT Group (Teaching and Learning with Technology) has a public “library of ideas” that employ technology to support the 7 principles.

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