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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Dealing with Challenging Students | Origin: ED104 | New comment by jennifer randles

There were great strategies in the lessons. One strategy included dealing with students that love to be centerstage I learned from the strategies that were discussed one of which use it wisely cards...

Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by jennifer randles

I have learned how to manage late assignments and how to get a soul arbitrator of what determines points for late and what is acceptable I've also learned that by establishing a late assignment...

Common Instructor Mistakes | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Jillian Corros

Be prepared and when you make mistakes, own up to it and explain how you are going to correct it. 

Managing Student Behavior | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Jillian Corros

I learned to remain calm and give students a chance to explain their disruptive behavior. 

Dealing with Challenging Students | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Jillian Corros

I learned the first step in dealing with unfocused students is to look at how you're handling the situation and evaluate if there are any changes you need to make as an instructor before...

Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Jillian Corros

Be clear when explaining the syllabus and expectations. 

Taking Control of Your Time | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Shannon Rainwater

I had never thought about immediacy being almost as detrimental as procrastination.  

Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by Gilissa Hagedorn

I am a first time instructor, I teach clinical right now and would like to eventually teach in a classroom.  This course has some great ideas.  

Taking Control of Your Time | Origin: ED110 | New comment by Carla Freeman

I've learned that I need to look at how I manage my daily schedule and how to maximize my time more efficiently 

Setting the Stage for Success | Origin: ED104 | New comment by kristie white

Lead by example and set expectations and stick to them.