Anthony R. Sweat, PhD

Anthony R. Sweat is an associate teaching professor of religion at Brigham Young University. He received a BFA in painting and drawing from the University of Utah, and an MEd and a PhD in curriculum and instruction from Utah State University. Sweat is the author of many religious books and articles. His academic work centers on effective teaching practices, including course design, course modality, and curriculum.
In his personal life, he loves playing and watching sports, painting, building/creating things, writing, and spending time with his wife and children.

Last Updated: 01-03-2024

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  • Teaching Fundamentals for New College Instructors
  • How Can I Extend My Research to the Public with a Podcast?
  • What Are 9 Practical Steps to Implement Mastery Learning?
    • What Are 9 Practical Steps to Implement Mastery Learning?
    • What Are 9 Practical Steps to Implement Mastery Learning?

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    • For teachers who want to increase student learning by applying mastery learning in their courses, this 20-Minute Mentor explains how mastery learning improves student success, how instructors can apply it without dramatically increasing their workload, and how technology can be an asset and time saver if using this method.
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  • Connecting with Students in Large-Section Classes
    • Connecting with Students in Large-Section Classes
    • Connecting with Students in Large-Section Classes

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    • Large classes are an unpleasant fact of life on many college campuses. The challenge of teaching hundreds of students at a time in a single, lecture-style setting can be daunting. This online seminar, presented by Dr. Anthony Sweat of Brigham Young University, will reveal practical techniques for reaching your pedagogical goals in large classes.
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  • Creative Course Design: Yes You Can!
    • Creative Course Design: Yes You Can!
    • Creative Course Design: Yes You Can!

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    • Examine the value of interdisciplinary thinking to solve learning challenges, discover how to apply creative approaches to your course outcomes and assessments, and discover new excitement for teaching and collaborating within your discipline.
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  • Effective Assessment Strategies for Large Classes
  • Assessment Strategies for Mastery Learning in Large Session Classes