Words I Live By…
If we expect our students to take risks and try new things, we as educators need to model the idea of responsible risk-taking. Dr. Laura McLaughlin, Nurturing Young Innovators, 2017
Building Teacher Presence Webinar:
Joanne Ricevuto and I recently did a webinar through Stylus Publishing and related to our recent book (Engaging Virtual Environments) on Facilitating an Engaging Virtual Classroom: Building Teacher Presence from Day One. If you did not get a chance to catch this live, and you are interested, here it is:
Five Strategies to Engage Your Learners
Five strategies to engage your learners.
Checking In – Short Survey
Please complete this short survey to let us know how you have been doing one year into Teaching during a pandemic: Reflection on Pandemic Teaching 2020-2021
According to RAND researchers, we need an education overhaul and I could not agree more. They call the new threat to our society the “Truth Decay” and the issues coming from this phenomenon are: political paralysis, erosion of civil discourse, and widespread uncertainty. If we cannot agree on basic facts (such as the COVID 19…
Virtual Assessment Webinar Dec 17th at 4 PM
Share your thoughts and ideas and also challenges related to online learning and assessment!
Padlet – Great tool for teachers and others
I have been using Padlet for years. It is a great way to engage students, share information, and collaborate with others. I also used it today to describe some key things about me that I may want to share with my students or it can even be used to share with an employer when job…
Quick survey – all Teachers/Faculty/Educators in all settings – please help!
Calling all teachers/faculty/educators who taught in 2020 – please complete this short survey!
Teaching in 2020 – Please take our short survey!!!
We are collecting research to help us provide resources and tools that are practical, quick, and easy to implement with the goal of increasing student engagement and learning.
Encouraging creativity and innovation in yourself and your students
I asked faculty how they encourage creativity and innovation in their classroom. Here are some of the key themes that arose from these conversations.
Supporting English Language Learners
A short discussion of how we can support our students and advocate for them.
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