Giving feedback in university courses allows for the provision of supportive ideas for improvement, elaboration, and/or heightened thinking as students prepare for job factors outside
This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on December 10, 2018. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. There’s a new book out called Activating a Teaching-Learning Philosophy.
As educators teaching in professional studies programs, our aim is to create classroom experiences where our students can work with professional partners, developing projects that
Over the last 30 years, federal laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (1990) opened the door for more students with disabilities to enroll in
Imagine you have not thought about mathematics class in over a decade. You vaguely recall how fractions are connected to decimals, and the notion of
This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on March 15, 2021. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. This Halloween special is brought to you by the
Open Educational Resources (OERs) are teaching materials that typically have a Creative Commons license specifying permission and parameters for copying, distributing, attributing, or altering. Truly