Laura Hogins

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Motivating Your Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Laura Hogins

It is important to keep good ways of motivating your students, keeping them engaged in the learning process.  

Keeping Your Focus on the Students | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Laura Hogins

Often halfway through the course things change and students and teacher may experience some burnout.  There are several strategies for helping get through this   

General Strategies for Student Retention | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Laura Hogins

Making sure you create an environment where students are engaged in their learning is essential for all ages of students.    

Understanding Student Characteristics | Origin: ED102 | New comment by Laura Hogins

It is an imprtant part of teaching to be aware of how the student is doing in different parts of life.  Any aspects that can be assisted to help the student suceed in their education.  All...

Considerations for Specific Lab Environments and Safety | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Laura Hogins

It is important to keep safety as part of the everyday running of the lab.   

Evaluating Student Progress | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Laura Hogins

I feel that evaluating students in clinical areas might be a challengoing for me.  The rubric is definitely a great tool to help with defining expectation/grading of clinical...

Teaching Strategies for Labs | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Laura Hogins

There are certain know difficulties with the lab environment that a teacher can try to avoid.    

Competency-Based Education | Origin: ED206 | New comment by Laura Hogins

It is important to use the three area of blooms taxonomy into competency based education to ensure that students are develop as a whole.   

Delivering Course Content | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Laura Hogins

Making sure you develop good lesson plans that incorporate different learning styles in short 10-15 min increments is essential.   

Meeting the Class for the First Time | Origin: ED101 | New comment by Laura Hogins

It is important for you to set the stage for the class, how it is run, what the students can expect.  Also, to build rapport with your class and to give them the opportunity to build rapport...