From DSC:
We need to deliver content in multiple ways…and let the students select what works best for them. If a particular student doesn’t connect with the information in one way, perhaps he/she will via another method.

For example…drawing from my own collegiate learning experience, I know that I would have benefited greatly from the use of animations in chemistry and organic chemistry…as I struggled all the way through those courses. I never connected with the material.

Also, they say that one really understands something when one has to teach it…so perhaps we could mentor students as they create their own teaching materials. The class of 2011 could start something…and the class of 2012 could tweak it…followed by the class of 2013, etc.

I tried to capture this a while back in the following graphic: