Teaching

The Ideal Professor versus the Typical Professor

Helping Difficult Students Read Texts

Distributing Points and Percentages Across Assignments and Activities

10 Principles of Effective Online Teaching: Best Practices in Distance Education

I'm an Educator, So Don't Believe Me

Improving Student Learning by Addressing Student and Teacher Misconceptions about How People Learn

Five Techniques for Improving Student Attendance

Using Grading Strategies to Understand and Improve Student Learning

Classroom Discussion: Professors Share Favorite Strategies for Engaging Students

I Don't Have Time to Teach That: The Benefits of Faculty-Librarian Collaborations

Do Your Students Understand the Material, or Just Memorize and Forget?

Teaching Mistakes from the College Classroom

Three Steps to Better Course Evaluations

Does PowerPoint Help or Hinder Learning?

Five Characteristics of Learner-Centered Teaching

Five Competencies for Culturally Competent Teaching and Learning

Deep Learning vs Surface Learning: Getting Students to Understand the Difference

Dear Student: I Don't Lie Awake At Night Thinking of Ways to Ruin Your Life

First Day of Class Activities that Create a Climate for Learning

Considering the Courage and the Practice of Teaching

Nine Characteristics of a Great Teacher

History for Dollars

Indiana State University's New Ethics Requirement

http://blog-aauw.org/2011/05/23/civics-education/

The Beloit College Mind-Set List Welcomes the 'Internet Class'

Giving Feedback on Student Writing: An Innovative Approach 

The Writing Process

A Bill of Rights and Responsibilities for Students

Where Completion Goes Awry: The Metrics for “Success” Mask Mounting Problems with Quality

To Improve Student's Public Speaking Skills, Use the Moth

Trouble with Books

Learning How to Learn: Metacognition in Liberal Education

Academic Rigor: Lessons from Room 10

Metacognitive Pestering for Beginning Students

An Exemplar of Pedagogical Scholarship Takes on Student Reading

Think of First Generation Students as Pioneers, Not Problems

Bringing Theory to Practice- Newsletter

Unseen Disadvantage: How American Universities' Focus on Independence Undermines the Academic Performance of First-Generation College Students

Basic Differences Between First- Generation and Non- First- Generation Students

Helping Students Discover the Value of a Good Set of Notes

Engaging Students in a Habit of Gratitude

What Types of Writing Assignments Are in Your Syllabus?

When a Student's Comment Feels Like a Personal Attack

Millennial Students and Middle-aged Faculty: A Learner-centered Approach towards Bridging the Gap

 

 

 



























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