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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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Teaching strategies | New comment by Charlotte Jones

I was wondering initially why this needed to be repeated. It is amazing what you forget. I look forward to utilitzing what I am learning. 


Managing the Class and Students | New comment by Tin Yuan Huang

I agree. we lose other students' attention if we engage  conversations with a small group. I often repeat the question to the whole class and envcourage all to discuss the problem with their...

Procrastination | New comment by Stanley McMahan

Adding that quote to my quotes list!!

Managing the Class and Students | New comment by Adrian Carroll

I would like the students to address the students as a whole group when they talk. Having on the side conversations is not part of a class etiquette. I feel that the whole class understands this...

Personal Professional Educational Stories for my Audio Engineering Students | New comment by Adrian Carroll


Thanks for your post.

I have been away for a time but I will be frequenting these pages regularly and I work on reflective practice.

Be great to see you over...

ED 104 | New comment by Adrian Carroll

Jim, can you give an example of one non-verbal communication that was interpreted wrongly?

ED 104 | New comment by JIM TANG

I was not aware of all the non verbal clues and non verval comunications might send the wrong message. You have to be very careful when you use them, someone might interpreted the wrong way!

ED 104 | New discussion by Thomas Wade

Very good information.  

ED 104 | New blog by Karen Donnelly

There were several aspects of this course that were new to me but also a good reminder to incorporate some of the items I already knew