By learning how to effectively create, share, and stream video, instructors become more successful in communicating and solving problems. This multipack of programs not only contains tips for creating impactful videos, it also provides actionable advice for advancing one’s career by getting video content viewed by a broader audience.
Often teachers and researchers work tirelessly to make an impact through video, but its reach is typically limited to the classroom or institution. In the information age, knowledge is power. This program provides proven methods for creating impactful video content that gets viewed and shared by a broader audience.
Livestreaming can reenergize teaching, research, projects, departments and units, and institutions. Younger generations especially crave the raw, authentic viewpoints that livestreaming provides, and all audiences like the “behind-the-scenes” and “insider access” that going live enables.
Gain multiple tools and school-tested advice for making course evaluations more accurate and informative for faculty members, as well as tips for generating useful feedback from students.
This presentation equips you with an enlightened understanding of where you are as a teacher, where you want to go, and how to get there. You’ll see how to work around your weaknesses and maybe even accept things you can’t change. You’ll develop different strategies to keep your teaching engaging through midcareer.
Learn an influential new approach to higher education from a veteran of federal education policy making. Discover sound arguments to help you gain support of resistant staff and step-by-step strategies that will equip you to start, administer, and teach a CBL degree program.
Discover simple strategies you can use every day, whether online or in the classroom, to ensure exams are not simply perceived as grade-generating mechanisms but instead recognized as enriched learning tools that will have a significant impact on student success.
Higher education educators face growing pressure to deliver results while serving an increasingly diverse student body. Fortunately, ongoing research has expanded our knowledge of both how learning affects the human brain, and the behaviors which support effective learning. These principles apply across cultures and disciplines. Learn how to harness them for your classroom.
Learn how to select, adapt, design, and integrate proven self-regulated learning assignments and activities into the courses you’re teaching right now.
Honing students’ curiosity, coaching them to persevere, and training them to work smartly are as essential as teaching them the course material itself. In these three programs, you’ll get innovative ways for igniting students’ drive to learn and mature.
Discover techniques for getting students to work smarter, not just harder. This programs covers questions of metacognition, the value of low-stakes feedback, and innovative ways that tests and quizzes can drive students to make more neural connections and increase long-term retention.
Despite the widespread acceptance and demonstrated success of group learning, many teachers do not know how to create small groups effectively. Learn key factors involved in successfully facilitating group learning and teach you the benefits of group work.