Delivering instructional content that is understandable by students and increases their knowledge is the goal of educators.  Knowing what are the best ways to assess the learning of students should be a high priority of educators as well. 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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Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Sebastian Holt

This module was a revelation to me : just realized what a great lecturer I already am. 

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Jay Bishop

Lead by example and dont think your all that .

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Tammy Hardimon

Meeting the class for the first time, the instructor should give some background information on themselves and the expectations of the course. 

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Tammy Hardimon

Planning and preparation is very important for classroom management and instruction. In this way, students feel  comfortable with learning and are abreat of what the course materials consist of...

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Ronda Hicks

I see how I can perfect my skill withthese tools moving forward.  Very informative information and skill sets  

Let us capture students' attention from the start of each class | New blog by Christopher Arori

The only stupid question from students is the question they do not ask. Emotional and social intelligence is a powerful philosophy to incorporate in teaching.

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Christopher Arori

Plan, demonstrate, mix content presentation styles.  Capture student attention at all times.  Min lectures of about 15 minutes have proven to be effective.    

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Jessiamma Justin

It is important to make the expectations clear. Keeping a note pad and checklist are great ideas.  

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Holly Voss

I learned that being able to teach effectively is being prepared with all the necessary components to engage students.

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Holly Voss

Have the knowledge in what you are teaching and be a role model for students