Welcome, Class of 2020, to Princeton – and welcome to McGraw! Our goal is to help you take full advantage of the academic opportunities and resources available at Princeton while also maintaining balance and taking care of yourselves.
- The Big Class Project
Participate in a wide range of programs for instructors and students that enhance interaction and explore strategies for learning in large classes.
- Working Group on Inclusive Teaching & Learning
Join our project to advance conversations about inclusive teaching practices and culturally responsive learning.
- Classrooms for Active Learning
Find out more about on-campus experiments with new teaching technologies and techniques for encouraging student engagement in any classroom.
- Online Teaching and Learning
Visit the home of Princeton's initiative in online education which integrates online teaching with on-campus courses and shares free non-credit courses with the world.
A lot happens during the first week of the fall semester—and every week--at Princeton, so you’ll want to get organized from the start. Devote some time to learning about resources, planning and scheduling, and building your time management skills in customized workshops or a one-to-one academic coaching session with a learning consultant. It’s easier to keep up than to catch up.
HUM 233 / EAS 233 / COM 233: East Asian Humanities I: The Classical Foundations provides an introduction to the art, literature, religion, and philosophy of China, Japan, and Korea of the classical period. For its last three offerings, the course... Continue Reading →
The Evolution of Multiple Choice E-learning | Henrik J. Mondrup | This post by Henrik J. Mondrup, a social learning expert, describes how combining peer-to-peer education with multiple choice exercises in a pair-think-share activity can make the sort of question... Continue Reading →
Gallaudet University architects and researchers are establishing design guidelines that may be useful to other communities with sensory and accessibility concerns. For more on DeafSpace design principles, this page from Gallaudet explains the concepts behind the spaces described in this... Continue Reading →