The authors examined best practices in university-level teaching, as premised on the evidence-based teaching (EBT) literature found in fields external to counselor education. Findings were reported in relation to 3 areas: developing an effective learning environment, structuring intentional learning experiences, and assessing teaching effectiveness. Implications regarding the training of doctoral-level counselor educators using EBT practices are discussed.
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Malott, Krista M.; Hall, K. Hridaya; Sheely-Moore, Angela; Krell, Megan M.; and Cardaciotto, Leeann, "Evidence-Based Teaching in Higher Education: Application to Counselor Education" (2014). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 30.
Malott, K. M., Hall, K. H., Sheely‐Moore, A., Krell, M. M., & Cardaciotto, L. (2014). Evidence‐based teaching in higher education: Application to counselor education. Counselor Education and Supervision, 53(4), 294-305.