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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Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Gina Hoffman

Preparation is key.  Important to identify your personality traits to help with success.

Creating an Evaluation System | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Heather Adams

Reply to Vikas Sharma's post: I agree. sometimes the extra credit is more trouble to the instructor than it benefits the student.

Troubleshooting Instructional Strategies | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Heather Adams

Reply to Patrick Church's post: I agree that this can sometimes be the case. 

Support Material, Notes, and Assessment | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

keeping up on technology will help ensure you students are getting the most acurate inforation that will help them in their jobs 

Preparing Yourself for the Classroom | Origin: ED105 | New comment by Heather Adams

knowing and embracing your personality traits will help you be a success in the class room. Being seen to be prepared is also very benefivial.

Learning Objectives and Standards | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

your objectives must be clear in order for the studnet  to be successful. 

Overview of Lesson Plans | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

lesson plans and organization will keep you organized for future classes 

Preparation for Lesson Planning | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

know your audience to keep the interest

Preparation for Lesson Planning | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

pretests are a great idea for getting a basic understanding of where the studnets understandin is   

Preparation for Lesson Planning | Origin: ED109 | New comment by LORI MCCORMICK

Understand your audience is huge in teaching to ensure you're keeping the interest of the studnets