MARCH 1 | 2:00 PM ET How can we nudge students to do the things that we know will help them learn? How can we close the loop between what students are doing in class with what they are doing (or NOT doing) outside of class? Mark Laumakis, who has taught close to 30,000 Introductory Psychology students during his almost 20-year teaching career at…
Ashley Shaw is a graduate student at Kennesaw State University working towards a Masters in the Arts of Professional Writing with a focus on composition and rhetoric. She teaches First-Year English Composition and Rhetoric courses and works at a private high school during the day. Along with teaching experience, she has worked as an editor and a… Show more
Note: This activity does not require taking the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Divide the classroom in half and label each side of the room. For example, the left side of the room can be for students who are “Extravert (E),” and the other side of the room can be for students who are “Introvert (I).” Begin reading the characteristics of…
For students to do well in the courses I teach, they have to understand how the course software works. Since the courses are 100% online, the spaces that our course software creates become the classroom where we interact. If students cannot get to those spaces or do not fully understand how they work, they can fail the course. Given this… Show more
Using ACES assessment to measure student growth - with Wade Leuwerke. Thursday February 28, 2019 2:00 PM EDT Register!
Using digital resources to maintain currency in your course - with Bettina Fabos and Christopher Martin. Wednesday February 27, 2019 2:00 PM EDT Register!
Course redesign and how it can improve Biology education - with Jim Morris. Tuesday February 26, 2019 2:00 PM EDT Register!