An academic-writing specialist answers your questions on time management and productivity.
Want the attention of your students? The first and most important step is to pay closer attention to them.
What job candidates need to know about seeking a teaching position at a two-year college.
What can you do to promote academic integrity in your virtual classroom without joining the ‘arms race’ in cheating-prevention tools?
Not only have we always been distracted; we have always been unhappy about it. Here’s Part 1 of a new series on distraction in the college classroom, and what to do about it.
The political conventions offered academics a few lessons on what to do — and a lot on what not to do — in a virtual classroom
The Chronicle’s annual compendium of data
6 ways to lead meaningful class discussions in an asynchronous online forum
After a summer of discontent, some college students may not defer to authority simply because it is authority. What does that mean for college instructors?
For faculty members heading back to virtual classrooms this fall, the crisis mode of spring is over and the expectations about online professionalism are rising.
A fall to-do list to help counseling centers get ready for the surge of students who will seek help when classes resume amid Covid-19.
Don’t let the complexities of the fall semester amid Covid-19 overwhelm all the good things that drove you to your discipline in the first place.
How do you create online or hybrid courses with an ethos of inclusion and equity embedded throughout?
It’s time to approach online teaching, not from a deficit mentality, but from an openness to its potential.
In remote teaching, it’s easy to forget that students are real people. Here’s why connecting early and often with them is vital, and how to do it.