Learn prosocial, positive, encouraging ways to address students and spur their confidence. You’ll identify both verbal and nonverbal communication cues to maximize the value of your interactions with students.
A limited number of students make the majority of contributions in your classroom today. Although getting more students to participate is challenging, the good news is that it can be done, and it doesn’t have to involve such tactics as “cold calling” on students or resorting to a points system. We describe 18 strategies that work.
Learn how to increase support for marginalized students taking online courses. The strategies and discussions presented will support diverse populations and increase positive learning outcomes in online environments.
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.
Active Learning: A Practical Guide for College Faculty is the kind of resource that you'll turn to again and again for timely, trustworthy expertise in this exciting area of education—at a price that is surprisingly easy on the wallet.
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.
Through the theories and activities discussed in these videos, faculty will better understand the impact brain-friendly learning can have on student success. The tips and techniques offered are easy to execute and will help faculty engage students with course content before, during, and after class, improving student performance and retention of concepts.
Learn techniques you can use to deepen student understanding of course material—after class is over—that you presented in the classroom. These techniques include creating reflection videos and cartoon making, among others.
This program demonstrates several techniques to engage student brains in learning. All can be incorporated into either a traditional 50-minute or a longer class period. Since each student’s brain is unique and may learn in different ways, the presenters offer specific techniques that help vary the learning experience during a typical classroom timeframe.