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HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES
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Thoughts on Professionalism and Communication Skills When Content Reigns

March 06 2015

Instructors, particularly in online schools and those with open admission policies, often work with students who struggle with a lack of communication skills (namely writing) and professionalism. This is particularly troublesome for business schools that want to graduate students who possess a certain level of these... READ MORE

Different Types of Group Work: Clearing up the Confusion

March 04 2015

The emergence of different kinds of group work is a welcome outgrowth of the move away from lectures. There’s still plenty of lecturing going on, but there’s less than there used to be. In its place are a variety of activities that more effectively engage students; one of the most common being the use of... READ MORE

Three Critical Conversations Started and Sustained by Flipped Learning

March 02 2015

The flipped learning model of instruction has begun to make the transition from an educational buzzword to a normative practice among many university instructors, and with good reason. Flipped learning provides many benefits for both faculty and students. However, instructors who use flipped learning soon find out that a... READ MORE

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How to Improve the Learning Climate in Your Classroom

How to Improve the Learning Climate in Your Classroom

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2015 Teaching Professor Conference

2015 Teaching Professor Conference

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Best Practices in Flipped Class Design

Best Practices in Flipped Class Design

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What Works and What Doesn't When Teaching Large Classes?

What Works and What Doesn't When Teaching Large Classes?

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How Can I Reduce Student Apathy and Increase Motivation?

How Can I Reduce Student Apathy and Increase Motivation?

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How Can I Use Technology to Improve Learning?

How Can I Use Technology to Improve Learning?

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Feedback for Learning

Feedback for Learning

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How Can I Build a Successful Faculty Development Program?

How Can I Build a Successful Faculty Development Program?

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Feedback for Learning

Feedback for Learning

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Prepared Students: The Secret's in the Assignment Strategy

Prepared Students: The Secret's in the Assignment Strategy

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Feedback for Learning

Feedback for Learning

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How to Effectively Lead Change in Higher Education

How to Effectively Lead Change in Higher Education

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Faculty Focus

HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES
FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
Thoughts on Professionalism and Communication Skills When Content Reigns

March 06 2015

Instructors, particularly in online schools and those with open admission policies, often work with students who struggle with a lack of communication skills (namely writing) and professionalism. This is particularly troublesome for business schools that want to graduate students who possess a certain level of these... READ MORE

Different Types of Group Work: Clearing up the Confusion

March 04 2015

The emergence of different kinds of group work is a welcome outgrowth of the move away from lectures. There’s still plenty of lecturing going on, but there’s less than there used to be. In its place are a variety of activities that more effectively engage students; one of the most common being the use of... READ MORE

Three Critical Conversations Started and Sustained by Flipped Learning

March 02 2015

The flipped learning model of instruction has begun to make the transition from an educational buzzword to a normative practice among many university instructors, and with good reason. Flipped learning provides many benefits for both faculty and students. However, instructors who use flipped learning soon find out that a... READ MORE

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