Published 10 times per year, The Teaching Professor is a lively, practical newsletter with a singular purpose: to provide ideas and insights to educators who are passionate about teaching.
The Teaching Professor is the newsletter that puts teaching and learning front and center. Each issue explores the topics that you confront every day in the classroom. It raises the questions on everyones minds, and it presents solutions that just about anyone can use regardless of discipline or type of institution.
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This practical newsletter will give you insights and information you can implement immediately. Your teaching and your confidence will improve as you resolve problems, try subtle changes that yield big results, and rediscover your passion for leading the class.
If you are committed to student learning and dedicated to the art and science of teaching, this is a pedagogical resource you will turn to again and again.
This is a newsletter that anticipates issues and addresses them as they are coming to the fore. It also evaluates existing educational practices and tools to help you choose strategies most likely to work for your courses, your students, and your institution. It is a comprehensive professional development resource.
The Teaching Professor is not an esoteric publication. It is practical and packed with accessible strategies and techniques you can employ immediately, regardless of your discipline.
This newsletter has touched, at some point, on nearly every issue that has confronted campuses across the country.
The Teaching Professor is tailored to instructors who are passionate about teaching.
You can look forward to articles on:
- Student-centered learning
- Grading strategies
- Academic integrity
- Overcoming student apathy
- Integrating new technology
- Responding to course evaluations
- Effective teaching strategies
This publication provides informative articles and advice that make it a rich professional development tool for anyone responsible for student academic success.
The Teaching Professor has covered instructional technology, learning strategies, academic integrity, assessment, course design, student engagement, and even instructor confidence.
Articles dig into specific aspects of these broader categories, to get to the pertinent details and not glossy overviews. Authors approach topics from different perspectives and present original ways to consider familiar topics.
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