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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training | New blog by sergo legoute

The informations were very helpfull great learning experience. very informative

Instructional Planning and Design | New comment by Chris Lambert

Videos are great for engagement, but they cannot be used without discussion of why they are relevant and breaking down the learning within them.  Otherwise, the students will see them as a pro...

Instructional Planning | New blog by Steven Vasiliou

I found this course incredibly helpful in preparing and structuring course work for individuals with all different learning styles. 

Definition | New comment by Mark Pardue

Random Access Memory in my computer classes.  May stand for other things in other contexts.

Adaptive Learning | New blog by Paul Nussbaum

I found a version 2.0 of the Tyton Partners "Learning to Adapt" research report. It's a free PDF download, and can be found by searching for the aforementioned, as well as the sub-title "The Evolution...

Managing the Class & Students action plans | New blog by Paul Nussbaum

My Managing the Class & Students action plans include personal contact with the students on their individual situations, This includes middle-of-term advising, develpment of personalized learning ...

Improving Speech Communication Course | New blog by Brian Prows

This course offers excellent information and recommendations that focus on challenges I faced last semester teaching a Speech Communication course. I intend to adapt my syllabus, Canvas modules, ...

Sharing | New blog by Stacy Crawford

I plan to talk with my students to find out how they learn and express to them that they may not like all of the material but it is vital to the learning process 

Clinical Rotations | New blog by Dennis Reese

The students learning the three domains of education is viable towards their medical education in dealing with all types of patients.

Adaptive learning for career college students | New discussion by Ajibola Sijuwade

As students enter the career colleges for professional training such as nursing, they enter with various knowledge base, study habits and motivations.  The individualized adaptive learning tool w...