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Start every class with a writing prompt — Pedagogy Unbound
Here’s a strategy whose simplicity belies its usefulness: every class period, as the students come into the classroom, put a question or prompt on the board for the students to respond to, in writing. If you make this a habit, it has a number of important benefits. * It provides a clear break from the noise and distraction of the outside world and the focus you want to instill during class. A brief period—even five minutes—of quiet reflection and writing can help ...
25 Apps Every College Student Should Have - Society19
*Article contributors: Anu Sekar, Deborah Rankin and Sereen Hamawi College? There’s an app for that! Well, lots of apps, actually. Each semester we find new apps that are the next social media trend, health buddy, or just all around life saver. And honestly, college students are getting not only more high-maintenance (just kidding), but also really, really, […]
The anatomy of an online course (+ a free design tutorial!) — Paper + Oats
Online courses — they’re so hot right now. Interactive, self-paced online learning seems to be the way of the future, and how cool is that? You can learn anything from anywhere from just about anyone. Watch someone practicing the exact skill you want to master, and learn from their secrets.
5 Ways College Teachers Can Improve Their Instruction | Cult of Pedagogy
5 Ways College Teachers Can Improve Their Instruction | Cult of Pedagogy - Want your college class to be exceptional? These strategies will make your teaching more engaging, effective, and satisfying for you and your students.