Students often lack the metacognitive skills they need to succeed, but they can develop these skills by addressing some simple questions.
How mastering this will make your writing compelling and authoritative.
Getting into flipped learning videos for the first time? Here is a guide to get you out of the gates and into the fun world of flipped learning!
Although reading something once or twice and then remembering it for life would be ideal, the reality is that much of what we learn goes in one ear and out the other. In fact, research shows that within just one hour, if nothing is done with new information, most people will have forgotten about 50% of what they learned.
Looking for creative ways to illustrate course content? Try these infographic types. We all know how valuable and popular infographics are with teachers and students alike. But when it comes to creating them for their own course, many instructors struggle to find good inspiration for their infographics.
In a world where it is increasingly dangerous to simply trust what we read and see, it is critical that students are taught to approach the world around them with a healthy sense of skepticism to avoid being misled, duped, or scammed.
How Faculty and Instructors are Successfully Experimenting With Artificial Intelligence to Support Their Teaching
Either individually or as a team, in their classes or as part of research projects, these professors, instructors and researchers are systematically testing artificial intelligence (AI) in teaching and learning, recording what worked and what did not work, and sharing their findings with their peers around the world.
Educators across the country are taking second jobs to make a living.