Whether an instructor teaches a seminar, lecture, or other type of course, they have at their disposal a variety of proven strategies for leading classroom discussions, improving lectures, cultivating collaborative learning, and teaching large classes. They might consider active learning, a research-supported method that can lead to positive learning outcomes. Instructors can reserve the Technology-Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) classroom at Yale to support this type of student-centered teaching and learning. They can also consider team-based learning and the flipped classroom approach. Through effective lecture, discussion, group work, and more, instructors can invite their students to engage in the learning process.