You will learn how adaptations of common workforce development practices can help you get more out of your students and help your students get more out of their college experience.
Learn how to use difficult discussions to improve students’ ability to reason—and help them function as respectful members of a civil society.
Gain important insights into the ways you can create a classroom environment and a pedagogical approach that are responsive to the needs of all students and that contribute to an environment of mutual esteem and respect.
This session will show you 15 proven, practical, and action-oriented tips for engaging students and establishing exciting, positive learning environments.
This video will help you analyze your interactions with students, and exploring student perceptions of ideal instructors.
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.
Gain proven strategies for managing difficult dialogue and responding to hot moments in the classroom. Learn how to prepare for a challenging discussion and make it more productive as well as how to assess the outcomes of the experience and the impact it had on your students.
Group work doesn’t have to be an exercise in frustration. It can actually be a powerful tool that improves learning for everyone involved. The term for it now is “collaborative learning,” and there are proven strategies that get students to work together and be all the better for it.
Whether you’re concerned about cheating or legal rights and responsibilities, a proactive approach helps stop problems before they start. We show you how preparation makes the difference in classroom management.
Learn how copyright laws affect you and your institution. These three programs will address topics such as copyright ownership, fair use regulations and copyright laws, and copyright laws pertaining to digital content. Once you understand how to approach the issues involved, you’ll be prepared to make better decisions about your publishing and research opportunities.
These presentations will help you reframe your feelings about and adjust your approach to behaviors and situations that get in the way of what you want to accomplish in class. They presents several research-backed, classroom-tested solutions that allow you to help your students focus on learning during class time.
Policies alone will not elicit the best work from your students. However, there are ways to help your students recognize how their behaviors affect their grades and their overall success. This seminar shows you how to adjust your teaching style and assignments to keep your students focused before, during, and after class.