Since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, instructors have endeavored to identify alternative assessments to engage their students online. Facilitating collaborative projects online is a
The thought of teaching technology at a distance can be intimidating and downright scary. How can professors teach hands-on technology skills to students from afar?
It’s already the end of the semester! The shiny back-to-school dust has settled and we have all been rotating through our new COVID-complicated school routines.
For most of us, the fall 2020 semester required a major shift in how we do our job as faculty members. We had to come
Online teaching. Online learning. Online engagement. You’ve heard it all when it comes to online pedagogy. But have you come across a resource that contains
Before discussing grading, let me return to assignments and a key point. My students are frequently uncertain about how to write an introduction and a
For Those Who Need it Most: Using Active Inclusivity to Increase Office Hour Attendance and Extracurricular Activities
Student-faculty interaction outside of the classroom can improve student learning and retention (Lundberg and Schreiner, 2004; Griffin et al., 2014), and in most colleges and
Hosting a guest speaker virtually or in the classroom is potentially a highlight of the semester, but more often than not it is a letdown.