Let go of the fantasy that you must use every minute of a strictly planned class schedule to introduce, explain, clarify, and cover.
Whatever your discipline, you should also be teaching students how to understand, assess, evaluate, and apply information.
Every undergraduate should start and finish their education with a course tackling the "big questions of life."
How a former faculty member came around to the importance of serving his undergraduate "clients."
Every faculty member needs a magic briefcase full of heart-warming student letters.
Here’s how your institution can offer a better visual story of what’s happening in its classrooms.
It is precisely because students had no choice in taking a required course that we should offer them more choices within it.
The permanent departure of a faculty member, contingent or otherwise, has real implications for undergraduates.
An economics professor devises a way to allow a class of 200 students more choice over how they are graded.
A professor decides it’s time to reconceive the way he comments on essay assignments.
How the stubborn inertia of educational institutions killed off a successful teaching strategy.
I can’t be the only faculty member to notice that sweet, lovable Christine is an unrepentant academic cheater.