Feedback can be a powerful force in college classrooms. This comprehensive guide will show you how to provide it in more effective ways.
Adapting a course for a digital environment forces you to ask yourself why you’re doing a particular pedagogical thing — and then to rethink it.
Letting students "write" in nontraditional formats has the potential to have a major impact on our classrooms.
Just because academics have grown up with video doesn’t mean they are masters of self-presentation on camera. Here is a primer.
Why I gave peer instruction and polling a try, and how they’ve changed my teaching.
Presenters should have the right to ask people not to live-tweet, and shouldn’t have to explain their reasons.
In search of good pedagogy to break the sound barrier in the networked classroom.
Used properly, it’s not just an unwelcome drain on productivity but a way to manage your research activities more effectively.