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Scientific studies prove that students respond better to active learning than passive engagement in the course material. So, if you are an educator struggling to get your students' attention, active learning might just be the solution you are looking for. . .
Teaching courses online or following a hybrid medium is similar to teaching in person. However, it has its challenges and concerns for both instructors and learners. Post-COVID, institutions have realized the importance of streamlining the online course content; hence the syllabi...
Creating your upcoming course syllabus should be more than just another item to check off your to-do list. Even if your course remains the same as last semester, you can always invest a bit of time optimizing your descriptors. The tips below will help you transform generic bullet point syllabus lists into detailed tools that get students excited to enroll in your class.
While you have significant autonomy in how and what you teach in your college courses, creating lesson plans can be beneficial. Your plans ensure you are organized and intentional and that you have clear and measurable objectives. Your plans can also energize your students and help them stay on track. Here are a few tips for creating lesson plans for college professors.
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