Questions to Ask When Developing a Pedagogy

When it comes to education, there is no one-size-fits-all approach.

In order to ensure that your students are getting the most out of your lessons, it is important to take the time to develop a pedagogy that works for you and your students.

But where do you start? Here are 5 questions to ask yourself as you begin developing your pedagogy.


1) Who are my students?
2) What are my goals for this class?
3) What is my teaching style?
4) What kinds of assignments and activities will best help my students learn?
5) How can I assess my students’ learning?

Asking yourself these questions will help you to create a pedagogy that is tailored to your unique students and classroom.

Keep in mind that your pedagogy will likely change and evolve over time as you gain more experience and insights into what works best for you and your students.

Allow yourself the flexibility to experiment and don’t be afraid to make changes as needed!


Developing a pedagogy can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be!

By taking the time to ask yourself some important questions, you can start to develop a pedagogy that will work well for you and your students.

Keep in mind that your pedagogy may change over time as you gain more experience, so allow yourself the flexibility to experiment and make changes as needed.

about Beth
Beth is the Senior Marketing Manager at BSD Education.
She is focused primarily on full-stack marketing strategy, data analytics, and email marketing at BSD. Beth has over eight years of experience working with several industries globally, and operates a full-stack marketing consultancy based in Hong Kong.

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