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  • 8 Guidelines for Effective Lecturing

    8 Guidelines for Effective Lecturing

    Learning is enhanced when learners are actively involved. Therefore, it is important to develop a plan for including learner participation activities when lecturing.

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  • Who Owns Your Syllabus? A Primer on Intellectual Property for Faculty

    Who Owns Your Syllabus? A Primer on Intellectual Property for Faculty

    Are we owners of our instructional materials, the written expression of our unique experience and insights? The short answer is: “It depends.

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  • Getting into Computer Science Classes Need Not Be So Hard

    Getting into Computer Science Classes Need Not Be So Hard

    A recent New York Times article highlighted how recent growth in computer science college enrollments has made getting into classes difficult. But it need not be so hard.

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  • Learning Beyond Google: Engaging Students as Co-learners: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    Learning Beyond Google: Engaging Students as Co-learners: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    Are the basic facts and unsophisticated iterations that can just as easily be garnered from a quick Google search all that we want our students to get from our courses?

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  • 5 Ways to Integrate Threshold Concepts Into Your Classroom

    5 Ways to Integrate Threshold Concepts Into Your Classroom

    By actively teaching threshold concepts and purposefully integrating threshold concepts into curriculum design, we can improve student learning in our courses.

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  • Data: The New Second Language

    Data: The New Second Language

    Regardless of industry, everyone needs data literacy in the new digital economy.

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  • Are Traditional Teaching Methods Right for Today's Students

    Are Traditional Teaching Methods Right for Today's Students

    Learn about the different domains of competency that influence student success in the classroom and provides them with the necessary skills for the 21st-century workplace.

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  • Is Technology Adoption in Higher Ed Keeping Pace With Change?

    Is Technology Adoption in Higher Ed Keeping Pace With Change?

    While there’s an understanding at institutions that digital will ultimately transform the university model, the adoption of new technologies necessary for improvement is slow.

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  • There's More to Lecturing Than Lecturing-6 Steps to a Better Lecture: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    There's More to Lecturing Than Lecturing-6 Steps to a Better Lecture: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    The ability to leave your audience transfixed is a unique and rare talent for anyone, let alone a professor. Sure, most of us can ramble on, but how many of us can keep our students mesmerized?

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  • What is Caring Pedagogy? An Introduction: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    What is Caring Pedagogy? An Introduction: Relationships of Reciprocity Series

    What is caring pedagogy? The caring pedagogue sees herself in a relationship of reciprocity with her co-learners. Her students are people first and foremost. Come explore more about this approach.

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  • How Can Educators Support Students with Mental Health Issues?

    How Can Educators Support Students with Mental Health Issues?

    Dr. Victor Schwartz, M.D., a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at NYU School of Medicine discusses how educators can support students who are dealing with mental health issues.

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  • Creating a Career Preparation Course for Students in the Humanities

    Creating a Career Preparation Course for Students in the Humanities

    It’s sometimes difficult for humanities students to follow their intellectual or creative passion into undergraduate majors, but it doesn't have to be that way.

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  • 4 Ways to Rethink Education to Prepare the Future Workforce

    4 Ways to Rethink Education to Prepare the Future Workforce

    There’s a growing disconnect between what students learn in college and what employers expect from their new hires.

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  • 4 Things You May Not Know About Your Students

    4 Things You May Not Know About Your Students

    Read about four takeaways from a recent conversation Wiley had with over thirty students regarding soft skills, technology, time management, and curated content.

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  • The Green Classroom: A Non-Expert’s Action and Transformation Guide

    The Green Classroom: A Non-Expert’s Action and Transformation Guide

    How can you work to make your classroom green? Small things can make a big difference. Read about ways to begin greenifying your classroom today.

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  • Helping Students Understand Research Literacy Basics: An Interview with Dr. Monica Glina

    Helping Students Understand Research Literacy Basics: An Interview with Dr. Monica Glina

    How can research literacy be taught within a course? Dr. Monica Glina of New York University discusses the topic with NYU instructor and Fulbright Specialist Diane Rubino.

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  • Micro-learning in the College Classroom: Useful Tool or Emperor’s E-Clothes?

    Micro-learning in the College Classroom: Useful Tool or Emperor’s E-Clothes?

    Do you know what micro-learning entails? Is the concept applicable for classroom instruction? Find out more from an educator who took a look at this emerging trend.

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  • National Public Radio or "National Review?": Media Literacy in the Classroom

    National Public Radio or "National Review?": Media Literacy in the Classroom

    While pundits continue to discuss media literacy, one instructor decided it was time for her to educate students on the topic to strengthen their work right now.

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  • How to Get Students Excited About Entrepreneurship: Frontrunner Podcast Series

    How to Get Students Excited About Entrepreneurship: Frontrunner Podcast Series

    James Bowen and Aiste Ptakauske discuss how Vilnius University in Lithuania created an MBA program focused on entrepreneurship and explore the considerations around developing such a program.

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  • Why Social Connections Are as Important as Academics

    Why Social Connections Are as Important as Academics

    Although administrations and society put pressure on educators to measure what students know, there’s equal importance in the networking environments that are our schools.

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