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Robert Talbert Nov 17
At the blog: If you could design a classroom specifically for , what would it look like?
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Faculty Focus Nov 17
Teaching students about professionalism in an explicit, direct way can remedy many of those student behaviors that drive professors over the edge.
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Teaching Professor Nov 16
Beyond the content of the course, what do you want your students to learn?
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Faculty Focus Nov 15
Are there certain characteristics of assignments that encourage (or discourage) students to procrastinate? Yes! Here's what researchers found:
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Faculty Focus Nov 15
Why students procrastinate and what you can do about it:
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Faculty Focus Nov 14
Essential reading for better teaching, learning, and leading: via
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Faculty Focus Nov 13
Simple ways to engage students with humor:
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Faculty Focus Nov 13
Are faculty too focused on the fact students don’t study or don’t study enough? Should we be more concerned about what students are doing when they study?
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Faculty Focus Nov 8
After writing a few posts about student entitlement, today we ask, What about teacher entitlement?
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CEL @ Elon U Nov 7
Dr. Kupatadze invites readers to comment on their experiences with student-faculty partnerships in this blog post:
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Faculty Focus Nov 8
What does teacher entitlement look like? Can our abuse of power get in the way of learning just as student entitlement gets in the way of teaching?
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Faculty Focus Nov 7
ICYMI: A Wrap-up of the Teaching with Technology Conference held last month in Baltimore
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Faculty Focus Nov 6
In today's post, shares three strategies for implementing learner reflection in your courses:
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Faculty Focus Nov 3
Study looks at how likely students are to make up excuses for needing an extension.
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Faculty Focus Nov 2
Understanding Student Resistance to Active Learning. Expert advice from Mike Prince and Maryellen Weimer.
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Lolita Paff Nov 2
Cheat-sheets: reduce stress during assessment & promote active study strategies? Maybe not.
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Faculty Focus Nov 1
Today’s blog asks, Could your assignments use a tune-up?
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Faculty Focus Oct 31
Encouraging Student Participation: Why It Pays to Sweat the Small Stuff
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Faculty Focus Oct 30
Formative assessment tools to consider.
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Faculty Focus Oct 27
Assessment alternatives that resonate with students:
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