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Erika M. Bsumek Aug 11
Students from our global classroom did excellent work creating new units on the check out the new student blog section
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HELPCPD Aug 11
Always new ways of looking at a familiar concept in Engage Using a fable to represent Can you guess the story?
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Burotime Global 20h
, in which solidity and comfort meets, with its height and row alternatives for students of different age groups; creates an ideal environment for active learning spaces.
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iClicker 18h
Student engagement is critical, no matter if your course is online, hybrid or in-person, and our team of student engagement pros are standing by to help you bring to your course this fall—all it takes is 15 minutes. Book your 1:1:
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PolyU_PALMS 24h
Let Ss join, engage and have fun answering questions on any device using Badaboom! In case Ss have difficulty viewing your screen, questions and choices are shown on student screens too! Try it on
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Animal Behavior Society Aug 10
Replying to @AnimBehSociety
Besides mentoring undergrads, I love ! I especially enjoyed teaching Animal Behavior (obviously), but I also loved teaching a freshman non-major course called Discovering Science. We played the natural selection m&m game!
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UTSfutures 5h
Want to create rich experiences that promote ? have released new media resources that will help you transform your lecture content. Check out the full list of resources on the Futures blog!
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PolyU_PALMS Aug 4
Quiz and assess Ss in a fun, interactive way using Badaboom! Review how your Ss performed through the reports feature!
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Keith Waters Aug 10
This is worthy of celebration! Such a sadness that again the of is a major issue in our
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iClicker Aug 11
We have all our virtual learning resources in one place! Head over to our new community, and check them out
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BerghahnAnthropology Aug 11
The use of in university social science teaching
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MJ Morillo Calero 19h
No Student Should Have to Sit Through a Zoom Lecture
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Veative Aug 10
Rote based learning doesn't allow for deeper understanding of a subject. Active learning can help gain mastery of concepts, while focusing on the outcome of the learning process.
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OK Technical College 10h
If you learn by doing, sitting in classes can seem daunting. Actively taking notes during lectures is a proven way to improve focus and memory retention. You'll be glad you did once you're acing exams in the lab!
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Chris Hale Aug 9
. shared this in Feb on my efforts to convert History101 students to . Using John Carman's "The Game of Context" with some +, students solved a relative chronology puzzle with seriation and typology. Fun!
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T1V Aug 10
Many colleges are struggling with the difficult issues at hand. But with any scenario of teaching this fall - student experience is key. Read our NEW to learn more:
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T1V Aug 10
THIS WEEK: Join us for a on Thursday, August 13th at 11am CET + 2pm EST - From simple to complex, T1V + solutions serve a broad range of customer needs. Register today!
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Heather Fritz Aug 8
So glad to make some time for self paced learning. I have LOVED & used for about 4 years now; and I can’t wait to support other teachers with it!!!
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Julie Johnston Aug 11
Check out Mosaic Initiative's New Blog Post by Tracey Birdwell- Teaching in the Pandemic Classroom: Creating and Developing Classroom Community Throughout the Semester
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Rahul Bagwe Aug 6
My first step to myself was enrolling in BBN course by Ryan TV. It not only taught me skills but opened a world of whole new possibilities to apply my knowledge in real life projects. That's what I call . Grateful to & 🙏❤
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