HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
When hundreds of spring and summer undergraduate courses were abruptly moved from onsite to online delivery in the wake of COVID-19, several faculty and students
This article is featured in the resource guide, Effective Online Teaching Strategies. Due to the pandemic, both instructors and students have had to adapt quickly
Being culturally responsive is a critical and necessary feature of our interactions with one another. It is also vitally important in the context of education.
Overcoming the Perfect Storm in Higher Education: Curriculum Design and Multiple Mode Deliveries for Today’s Learners
Declining numbers of traditional-age high school graduates, changing student demographics, pandemic unpredictability, and struggles with student retention are creating what can be termed a “perfect
When I envision teaching this fall, my highest priorities are social presence and flexibility. No matter the outcome of the fall 2020 semester, my goal
This article is featured in the resource guide, Effective Online Teaching Strategies. In the Chronicle of Higher Education’s guide to student engagement, Cavanagh (2019) emphasizes
The global pandemic sent higher education institutions into a whirlwind as many faculty members scrambled to make the rapid transition from traditional to online courses.