To help students stay attentive in class, think like a conductor, and recognize that students need you to change the pace and the action.
Want the attention of your students? The first and most important step is to pay closer attention to them.
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.
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.
Advocacy for a fully online semester seems to own the ethical high ground right now. But at what cost to our neediest students?