Having knowledge about learning and delivery theories is important for educators as they select content for their courses.  This background in learning and application will aid them in selecting their course content and delivery methods. 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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Emotional Intelligence: A Context | Origin: ED139 | New comment by Chelsea Skrobarcek

EI is impacting on studentsucess in srtresful movements or enudrance required tasks.  

Using Student Needs as Learning Tools | Origin: ED108 | New comment by GREGORY TETRO

So many course seem to say the same thing. When doing several over a short period of time it becomes pbvious. I am getting that "Groundhog Day" feeling. Friendly, Clean, Support, Equipment...

Understanding Multiple Intelligences | Origin: ED108 | New comment by GREGORY TETRO

Education and intelligence are not synnonymous. We have watched smart people doing dumb things. You need to have many skils with some being god given. Singers, dancers, firemen need diferetn types of...

The Learning Process | Origin: ED108 | New comment by GREGORY TETRO

I loved the fact of learning for different ages and walks of life.  

Helping Students Retain Course Content | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Helen Saunders

Students need a clear definition of what is required of them for each course.  

Using Student Needs as Learning Tools | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Helen Saunders

The use of reviews should be incorporated more into the courses because it serves as an evaluation for the student, instructor and course. The reviews will allow you to make adjustments as needed and...

Understanding Multiple Intelligences | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Helen Saunders

When students are taught with approaches and resources that complement their unique learnig preferences, their achievement is significantly increased.  

The Learning Process | Origin: ED108 | New comment by Helen Saunders

Teaching adult learners will require a variation in learning tools. All students retain information at different levels and as a facilitator you need to add concrete, hands on activities that student...

Adult Learning Explained | Origin: ED208 | New comment by Carly Straight

It is important to keep not just the material in mind, but the "why" behind the material in mind. Adult learners already have a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw on, so it is the educator's...

Theories of Adult Development | Origin: ED208 | New comment by Carly Straight

Adult learners are naturally at a different stage in their life than a child or teenaged learner. They have a more developed sense of self and morality, but they also have a different focus. They are...