HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
“The teaching life is the life of the explorer, the creator, constructing the classroom for free exploration. It is about engagement. It takes courage. It
As an increasing number of colleges and universities identify online education as a critical component to their long-term strategy, the issue of retention can no longer be ignored. It is mandatory for everyone who touches the distance learner to understand why these students leave their online courses, and what it will take to keep them there.
How do you find your teaching philosophy? How do get to the core of your teaching beliefs and summarize it in a teaching philosophy statement?
Student Engagement Strategies: Encouraging Behavioral, Emotional, and Cognitive Engagement in Your Course
Some of the most satisfying moments in teaching are when your students are engaged, when they are deeply absorbed in the material and they are
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Most of us think we know what active learning is. The word engagement quickly comes to mind. Or, we describe what it isn’t: passive learning.
What does it mean to infuse equity, inclusion, and diversity into your classroom? Most importantly, what does it mean to your students to provide them
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