If you haven’t yet read Peter Felten and Leo Lambert’s book, Relationship-Rich Education: How Human Connections Drive Success in College, by all means get your
There are challenges in finding meaningful ways to engage with students in asynchronous online courses. Some students find learning new concepts difficult when taking a
Drawing in college? It’s not quite that simple. Student engagement with course content is paramount to their understanding of course topics (Boekaerts, 2016). However, inspiring
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
Every semester faculty are faced with students who struggle with completing assignments, understanding the content, or just find it difficult to participate in class activities
Pre-service teachers enter their education courses with their personal experiences as the basis for what their future classrooms might look like (Brown et al., 2021).
“What are your thoughts and feelings about teaching students in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) communities?” In the spring of 2021, we, as an