How Are You Teaching?
How Are You Teaching? spotlights Ohio State instructors who share with peers innovative pedagogical approaches, teaching tips, recommended methods for engaging students with course content and techniques for staying connected to their students and to one another.
College of Nursing
Joni Tornwall, Ph.D., R.N., associate professor of clinical nursing and co-director of the Academy for Teacing Innovation, Excellence, and Scholarship, and colleague Jodi C. McDaniel, Ph.D., R.N., associate professor, Center on Healthy Aging, Self-Management, and Complex Care, provide specific instruction to their students on peer review, incorporating five characteristics of supportive peer feedback, in written assignments. They also enhance opportunities for students to engage in self-reflection after they have reviewed the work of peers.
Submit Your Approach
In addition to faculty-generated examples, the Drake Institute shares evidence-based research and resources on the instructional approach highlighted. Add your own approach to the How Are You Teaching? collection through the following form: