Gain 10 strategies that can be applied easily in any course to get students more involved in learning and take the course work more seriously.
Learn proven techniques you can use immediately to transform your lectures from necessary evils to persuasive presentations. Discover how educating and motivating students gets easier when you develop mini-lectures that are based on how the brain works.
Create a positive, transparent online teaching environment that students will respond to with enthusiasm.
Explore ways to run an efficient, predictable online classroom and, at the same time, make students feel that they have an authentic, transparent relationship with you.
Discover a wealth of assignment and activity options suited to online coursework, all of them focused on helping students achieve the learning goals you’ve set.
These fast, focused presentations will equip you with a handy, effective “engagement toolkit.” You’ll see the results through better learning outcomes, better retention, and more satisfying online experiences for you and your students alike.
Learn how to engage students in online discussions that increase class cohesion, explore subject matters thoughtfully, and enhance learning outcomes.
You’ll learn ways to give substantive feedback and recycle comments to save time and effort. You’ll see the type of questions that help or hinder student achievement and acquire tips to ignite students’ curiosity, respect their thinking, and stoke their engagement.
Learn the process of conceiving, producing, and posting your own educational videos—that doesn’t require you to get in front of the camera.
Discover practical, ready-to-implement ideas for day-to-day interactions that can make a real difference in the way your online students relate to you and engage with your course content.
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.
Delve into how to think strategically about introducing a new technology to your campus and explore proven techniques for dealing with the “technophobes” and change-averse employees in your campus community.