Spotlight on Teaching Innovations

Princeton faculty make both subtle and substantial innovations to their teaching. They may choose to teach an area of study from a new perspective or lens; to design an assignment that asks students to exercise creativity as well as analytic rigor; to gather feedback from students through new mechanisms; or to put the process of discovery more firmly in their students’ hands. We will spotlight four professors’ innovations during Princeton Teaching Week, with a new video interview released daily between March 4 and March 7.


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