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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Sharing thoughts | New blog by Kristina Goff

I am new in my role as a full time instructor and coming from a clinical educator, these courses will help me add variety to my classes!  I currently utilize some of the Interactive Lectures and ...

ED 136 | New blog by Mario Baker

Using the strategies for the development of alternative assessment give a different view on student learning and retention. I plan to incorporate the concepts in the classroom to enhance learning.&nbs...

the invitational classroom | New blog by Strutts Psyridis

My core principle is that classrooms should be incitational. After a frankly chaotic tri 1, one module has settled down and in my experience to date is running smoothly. The ‘impressionistic&r...

seating | New comment by Francine Taman

I teach cosmetology and I also like to arrange the seating in a circle. It helps start a group discussion and opens up students who are shy to respond when a question is directed to them. 

Classroom management | New blog by Sharon Sims-Drew

What I've learned to be successful is providing the rational at the begining of the course.  This will show them that they can be successful in the workforce by doing these techniques.

seating | New discussion by Sharon Sims-Drew

I teach clinical and seating arrangements are not sometimes avaliable so, when I get a chance I like to arrange my seating chart in a circle.  I like to look in all students faces and see their e...

Ready for change | New blog by Benjamin Kiracofe

I would like to find new ways to provide students the information they need to think critically. It looks like I will need to use many different delivery methods. Has anyone found a good split of meth...

Authentic Learning | New comment by lisa anthony

Authentic learning engages all the senses allowing students to create a meaningful, useful, shared outcome. They are real life tasks, or simulated tasks that provide the learner with opportunities ...

Teacher learning that supports student learning | New blog by lisa anthony

Establish and maintain a positive classroom community throughout the entire school year. Encourage respect for one another, the use of appropriate language, and pro-active social skills. Remember, th...

Clinical instruction | New blog by Robert Mosser

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