HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
Now that many of us have returned to in-person teaching, how can we maximize the setting and incorporate an adapted student-to-student learning structure to support
Is a K–12 Strategy for Collaboratively Analyzing Student Work and Norming Performance Expectations Applicable to Higher Ed Classrooms?
When I was a principal, I regularly participated in collaborative reviews of student work meetings. These meetings had three specific purposes: (1) reflection on instructional
An Effective Instructional Practice to Foster Intellectual Engagement Centered on Instructional Equity
University-level instructors need strategies to assist with engaging students intellectually in the critical work of centering classroom thinking and scholarship on equity and social justice.