Instructors need to know how to manage the flow of instruction in their classes while engaging all of their students in the learning process.   Managing student behavior is a necessity if courses are going to achieve the stated goals and objectives.  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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Managing the Classroom | New blog by Brian Yee

Remember, we need to keep our class intrested in the lecture topic.  One of the best ways is to spend some of the class time, and physically get the students up and moving aroud.  While at t...

Having Faith in People | New blog by Brian Prows

I teach communication courses and find, despite the challenges of helping others learn and get excited, that believing people will succeed--having faith in them--makes it easier to overcome obstacles ...

Blocking out time in my schedule to do new things and enjoy life; using SimpleNote to write down things | New blog by Brian Prows

So, I've committed to these steps: Writing down one good thing that happened to me every day in SimpleNote Writing down at least one thing I'm grateful for every day.  Blocking out 30 minute...

sleep habit | New blog by Edward Chan

go to bed around 9:30PM every night would be good for my health.

crisisi management | New blog by Edward Chan

I woudl take one day at a time.

ED104 Training | New blog by Jianxun Yan

ED104 is a great training course for someone like me who have many years of work experience but new as an instructor. It shows me methods and techniques for managing students and class acitvities. I l...

Mental Health Non-Verbal Communication | New discussion by Esther Montoya

This week our sim faculty is immersed in mental health. After revisiting this learning module, I realize how much non-verbal communication is a part of our scenarios and how important therapeutic comm...

Managing the Classroom | New discussion by Patricia Portilla

I used to ingore the student that was always loud, but I started to be more incontrolled to my classroom and I had a very discussion talking to those students individual and just sat them in the front...

Class management strategies | New blog by Katherine McDermott

I found this module helpful.  This can also be applied in other settings.   

Teaching strategies | New comment by Katherine McDermott

I found this course helpful as well.  Good reinforcement.