Educators need to have strategies for instructional planning and design that will enable them to deliver content to their students that are relevant and applicable. 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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Action Plan: List stressors  Determine the stressors that can be eliminated. Determine how to cope with those that cannot be eliminated.   Planning: Check email daily. Learn to use sl...

Troubleshooting Instructional Strategies | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Using pretest to assess background experience, knowledge and understanding of the material.

Selecting Instructional Delivery Methods | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

No more overloading powerpoint slides with everything said on it.

Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Tamar Silverstein

Being prepared is critical, as the students watch everything you do. Fumbling for papers, handing out papers with spelling mistakes will be pointed out immediately.

Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Richard Gunzy

Course prep work and instructional organization are coverd well in this midule

Creating an Evaluation System | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Ben Johnson

Always be careful in granting extra credit. It can come back to bite you if it is deemed unfair by some studetns.

Troubleshooting Instructional Strategies | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Ben Johnson

As an educator you will need tobe able to adapt in the moment and recognize engaged and non engaged students.

Selecting Instructional Delivery Methods | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Ben Johnson

Intigrating our senses was a great tool that can be used to improved students retention of content presented.

Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Ben Johnson

Preparation is everything and incorperating real world experiences into the classroom is huge when you teach career focused classes.  

Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by TARA DEXTER-BARGE

Find your weakness in education (teaching) make it your strength.