This seminar examines both student and faculty myths and preconceived notions about grading. It will not only help you change your students’ attitudes about the process but also enlist them in your efforts to improve their academic outcomes through more strategic grading practices.
Learn the positive results—empowering students, motivating them, increasing their engagement, achieving better learning outcomes—that can be realized through strategic decisions you make about your grading policies.
Increase student motivation, produce higher-quality student work, and encourage student responsibility and academic integrity, all while making assessment less stressful for students and simplifying the grading process for themselves.
The Teaching Professor is the lively, highly informative newsletter with a singular purpose: to provide ideas and insight to educators who are passionate about teaching. A source of cutting-edge information and inspiration for more than 10,000 educators at universities and colleges worldwide.
Bulk orders allow you to purchase multiple copies for your institution at a discounted rate. This book is focused on the foundational elements of effective pedagogy and advises adjuncts on proven strategies and best practices to take them successfully from the first day of class to the final exam.
Bulk orders allow you to purchase multiple copies for your institution at a discounted rate. This book is a resource collection for faculty that are interested in either flipping a class or improving a class that is already designed in a flipped format.
The College Teacher’s Handbook: A Resource Collection for New Faculty provides the essential tools and information that any new teacher in higher education needs to confidently lead a college classroom.
In this 20-minute session, you’ll come away with expert strategies from a world-renowned teaching and learning specialist that will move students toward becoming effective learners with integrity, allowing them to pursue understanding, learn from failures, and continue learning for life.
This program explores three conversations faculty might have when discussing course evaluation results—the conversation with one’s self about negative feedback, the conversation with an academic leader about evaluations, and the conversation with students about course ratings.
Explore ways to communicate about rating results using three scenarios based on common situations, with the goal of making the exchange a constructive conversation about teaching and learning.