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The Eight-Minute Lecture Keeps Students Engaged via The Eight-Minute Lecture Keeps Students Engaged.
A Learner-Centered Syllabus Helps Set the Tone for Learning By Mary Bart At its most basic level, the syllabus is used to communicate information about the course, the instructor, learning objectives, assignments, grading policies, due dates, the university’s academic integrity … Continue reading
Why Change Our Approach to Teaching?By: Doug Ward, PhD Jennifer Roberts first noticed the difference a few years ago in Geology 101.The course regularly draws 300 or more students a semester, and Roberts, an associate professor of geology, was teaching … Continue reading
Rethinking Direct Instruction in Online LearningBy: Kristi Bronkey. Direct Instruction has a bad reputation. It is often associated in higher education with long lectures and passive learners. “Passivity isn’t wrong because it’s boring; it’s wrong because it doesn’t work” (Daniel … Continue reading
My Upcoming Presentation on Self-Leadership in Columbus, Ohio via My Upcoming Presentation on Self-Leadership in Columbus, Ohio – e-Learning Feeds.
Reflection on a Training: Using iPad as a Documentary Photo Device via Reflection on a Training: Using iPad as a Documentary Photo Device – e-Learning Feeds.
Faculty Focus Articles April 20, 2015 Five Steps to Improving Online Group Work Assignments By: Gregory Wells in Online Education Add Comment Online Group Projects — Yikes! You can hear the moans and groans of students echoing through your computer … Continue reading