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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Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Som Ganguly

I am instructing several courses to the surgical technology students. I am using LMS to teach the lecture part and the students then learn from the laboratory and clinical practice in the operating...

Taking Control of Your Time | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Karissa Thomson

So far I have learned about prioritizing tasks and making lists. I actually love making lists and I think that is what keeps me productive.   

The Road to Stress Free Living | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Bradley Martin

Everyone is stressed, but they deal with it differently.  

What's Stressing You Out? | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Bradley Martin

I am an expert in my field that just began teaching.  I am finding it has plenty "stressors" of its own.

Making More Time for You | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Bradley Martin

The importance of streamlining lesson plans.  

Taking Control of Your Time | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Bradley Martin

This module explains the importance of making a "To Do" list, then breaking it down and priortizing the list so that tasks are less intimidating and in the order which they need to be...

School and Classroom Discipline | Origin: ED113 | New comment by Lissette Waugh

Disruptive behavior can not be tolerated, but a good teacher must be tactful in the way they deal with it.

Management Styles | Origin: ED113 | New comment by Lissette Waugh

I have learned that the best style of teaching is to be a guide to my students with empathy and compasion.