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Most professors would admit that they’ve found themselves frustrated when grading papers. Yes, sometimes those frustrations might stem from students ignoring your clear, strategic, and
The terms rigor and relevance have rocketed to the forefront of K-12 education initiatives over the past 10 years, and with good reason. Research has
Here I sit in my new, make-shift home office moving my face-to-face courses online with a view of my backyard. For the last few days
As someone who mostly teaches composition and the occasional literature or creative writing class, I use quizzes most semesters, and occasional midterms and final exams.
This article is featured in the resource guide, Effective Online Teaching Strategies. Students in online courses start with the best intentions—keeping up with the readings
This article is featured in the resource guide, Effective Online Teaching Strategies. The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has caused a fast and radical shift across colleges
Instructors have temporary experiences with groups of students each semester. Even so, these brief moments have the power to change lives. As professors, we decide