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.
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As the academic year unfolds and faculties assume their teaching roles, they also begin conscripting the next cohorts of students. Emerging variables which may affect
This article first appeared in The Teaching Professor on September 4, 2018. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. “What you appreciate appreciates” (Twist, n.d.). One
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
Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, many have wondered whether education will ever be the same again. Here, at the Catholic University of America Center for Teaching
Bringing Theories to Practice: Universal Design Principles and the Use of Social Annotation to Support Neurodiverse Students
The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework allows us to understand the importance of utilizing web 2.0 in teaching and learning. Social annotation tools such
One of the first challenges that any composition teacher faces is presenting rhetorical analysis as a skill that is both imaginatively engaging and academically useful.