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This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on March 17, 2017. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. Over the years, course syllabi have evolved from a
This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on August 19, 2019. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. Around an image of Yoda’s face, block letters urge,
Student plagiarism occurs in different disciplines and in all years of study (Holt, 2012; Wang, 2008). Plagiarism in colleges and universities is concerning (MacLennan, 2018).
For many of us, when COVID-19 entered our classrooms certain cherished classroom activities became problematic and potentially hazardous. For those teaching face-to-face, classrooms were suddenly
Imagine the possibilities if students learn not only how to use open educational resources (OER), but also how to curate and design OER in their
Students learning from one other is the foundation of peer learning. Peer learning covers many different practices, such as the traditional model of peers teaching
A desired objective for college professors is for their students’ work to be meaningful and applicable to their lives. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.