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The Eight-Minute Lecture Keeps Students Engaged

August 31 2015

In the 1970s, my mother, a fifth-grade teacher, would lament, “The TV remote has ruined my classroom! I can almost feel the kids trying to point a clicker at me to change the channel!” Little did she know that college students today don’t need to wish for a remote control to switch from their professor... READ MORE

From F2F to Online: Getting It Right

August 28 2015

Successfully transferring a face-to-face course to the online learning environment requires careful preparations that take into account differences between these two modalities. READ MORE

Using Grading Policies to Promote Learning

August 26 2015

I just finished putting together some materials on grading policies for a series of Magna 20-Minute Mentor programs, and I am left with several important take-aways on the powerful role of grading policies. I’m not talking here about the grades themselves, but instead the policies we choose as teachers. READ MORE

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Checklist for Launching a New Online Degree Program

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Who Am I When I Teach? Understanding Teaching Persona

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Refresh Your Course with Straightforward Design Changes

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Dealing with Student Behaviors That Compromise Learning

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Choosing and Using Group Activities in the College Classroom

Choosing and Using Group Activities in the College Classroom

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Clearing 4 Common Hurdles in State Authorization Compliance

Clearing 4 Common Hurdles in State Authorization Compliance

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Faculty Focus

HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES
FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
The Eight-Minute Lecture Keeps Students Engaged

August 31 2015

In the 1970s, my mother, a fifth-grade teacher, would lament, “The TV remote has ruined my classroom! I can almost feel the kids trying to point a clicker at me to change the channel!” Little did she know that college students today don’t need to wish for a remote control to switch from their professor... READ MORE

From F2F to Online: Getting It Right

August 28 2015

Successfully transferring a face-to-face course to the online learning environment requires careful preparations that take into account differences between these two modalities. READ MORE

Using Grading Policies to Promote Learning

August 26 2015

I just finished putting together some materials on grading policies for a series of Magna 20-Minute Mentor programs, and I am left with several important take-aways on the powerful role of grading policies. I’m not talking here about the grades themselves, but instead the policies we choose as teachers. READ MORE

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