Instructors need to know how to manage the flow of instruction in their classes while engaging all of their students in the learning process.   Managing student behavior is a necessity if courses are going to achieve the stated goals and objectives.  This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 

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Self evaluation | New blog by Ajibola Sijuwade

This course has been very beneficial to me as an instructor.  I spent most of the time during the course reflecting and evaluating my non-verbal communication behaviors.  I will definitely b...

managing adult students | New blog by connie miller

I've been teaching for 19 years now and this module reminded me of some basic things I learned in the beginning that I have steered away from

Service Learning | New blog by Carla King

Course very relevant as service learning plays a prominent role in curriculum At Concorde in the Dental Hygiene Department. Students enjoy the community connection.

Index cards can be useful ?! | New blog by Lynn Beegle

Index cards can be useful ?! Yes, I use index cards in a class or two to help me with attendance and accomplishments. My EET250 Computer Organization I inseat class uses index cards. Each student wri...

Our Syllabus and our grading: how they fit together | New blog by Lynn Beegle

Our Syllabus and our grading: how they fit together The adult learner in a career college course is concerned with (1) obtaining the knowledge and skills to succeed in the career of their choice and ...

ED104 Class Management Strategies | New comment by Yvette Prior

This was such a helpful comment because it reminds us that people will soemtimes miss the beauty of a lively teacher - and it sounds like you were engaged and making content come alive.  I also...

stress | New blog by Dave Rossbach

Stress as we alll know can be very unhealthy. Learning different ways to deal with stress is a benefit ,when one method may not work you can try another.

Learning | New comment by Dave Rossbach

Yes sometimes we already do these things but hearing it again mekes you strive to manage better

Always have creative activites | New blog by Francisco Ramirez

Make sure the activites are fun for you as well and not just the students. Be engaged in the activites you provide for your students. Also get involved as well if possible.

Instructional Theories | New blog by Danny Henson

For the experienced instructor this is a realistic and informative learning tool.