HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
Any teacher wants their students to feel engaged and enthusiastic in the classroom, connected and thriving through daily activities and course content. Of course, establishing
The challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic have exposed a number of ways in which higher education has lagged behind the rest of society and
It has grown cliché to say the pandemic has changed education both rapidly and permanently. Certainly, public health concerns have forced educators at all levels
Most faculty would agree that having great content without a clear delivery processes is not good. So, here are a few quick tips/steps to guide,
Online teaching. Online learning. Online engagement. You’ve heard it all when it comes to online pedagogy. But have you come across a resource that contains
Online learning is becoming more prevalent in colleges and universities. When I arrived in higher education, I could not imagine how online classes would work
Instructor presence is an important component of effective online teaching, and video can help make it happen. Instructional videos have become increasingly easy to create and can turn a good online class into an engaging learning experience. Video humanizes the online experience by letting students know their instructor as a real person, not an abstraction. Good quality webcams are available for less than $100, and there are numerous free and easy-to-use resources for creating and publishing video content so it can be streamed back into our courses.