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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Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Traci Sparrow

Preparation is important. 

Developing as an Instructor | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Traci Sparrow

There is more to being an instructor than standing in front of a classroom and teaching information or skills. Being an instructor involves modeling as well. Also, excitement for the subject you are...

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Ana Lujano

Teaching to the entire groups needs by teaching all learning styles and taking a step back to identify when we have to further modify our class.

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Ana Lujano

When we take the time to learn students names that instantly makes them feel part of the class and lets them know we SEE them.

Planning and Preparation | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Ana Lujano

Having checklists, holding students accountable to meet deadlines and teaching general good study skills

Various Components of the Flipped Classroom | Origin: ED129 | New comment by Alison Hanson

Allow for more summative and formative assesments  

Collaborative Teaching and Learning | Origin: ED129 | New comment by Alison Hanson

Relection is an important component to solidying learning  

Just-in-Time Teaching | Origin: ED129 | New comment by Alison Hanson

Teacher immediacy is important for student engagment  

Engaging Pedagogical Models | Origin: ED129 | New comment by Alison Hanson

Problem base learning will help my students mimic their real life experience