Learn how to peel back the layers of your teaching challenges and work backwards from your learning objectives to your choice of technology solutions.
Discover both instructional and classroom strategies that promote a growth mindset. Help transform students’ fixed mindsets, boost their confidence in their abilities, help them overcome setbacks in their education, and strengthen their persistence to learn.
Gain multiple strategies for spurring student curiosity on a day-to-day basis as well as throughout the course. Explore surprising but practical ways to connect with students and get their feedback and incorporate it in your teaching methodology.
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.
As schools deal with the surging interest in online courses and degree programs, issues in both the teaching and administrative spheres are inevitable. From these three programs, you’ll acquire the tools and guidance to meet these demands confidently.
Explore the different fears and concerns of faculty when it comes to online teaching and acquire practical answers. You’ll learn about the misconceptions that educators harbor about online courses and how to debunk them in respectful, constructive ways.
Learn how to choose the correct stakeholders at your school and gain their cooperation for a policy and procedures manual. You’ll see how to request their feedback and make thoughtful improvements and revisions.
This program covers four effective UDL strategies that go beyond legal compliance requirements. You will finish with a 20-day plan to customize a learning experience for all students that will last throughout the course and beyond the classroom
Learn the importance of evaluating what has motivated online course and program development in the past to guide your decisions today. You’ll discover who should be involved in the process of fine-tuning your online programming.