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Adjunct Faculty Expectations: How to Score a Four on the Online Course Activity Review [VIDEO]

In an earlier video, Dr. Stephani Cuddie, Director of the Office of Adjunct Faculty Development in the College of Adult and Professional Studies, talked about […]


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RB Kuhn Stories: From Tragedy to Triumph (Dave's Story) [VIDEO]

When the unexpected occurs, the question of whether we did enough to share the love Christ often comes to mind. Like a fresh cup of […]

Teaching and Learning: Ask Ada Canales If It Was Worth It [VIDEO]

Perception: Teaching can sometimes feel like a lot of thankless work. You might ask, Is teaching really worth it?" Reality: All the preparation, all the […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: What Are the Secrets to Providing Highly Effective Feedback to Students? [VIDEO]

What’s the rule for giving good feedback? Well, here it is—think like a coach. Coaches are great teachers. All the best coaches were the best […]

Technology and Learning: A Student Perspective

Technology is the pen and paper of our time. In an ongoing series, Marina Gutai, a recent IWU School of Nursing graduate, shares her insights […]

Exceeding Expectations: The Proctor Babysitter

Several years ago, a student came to my classroom a few minutes late, obviously upset that her normal babysitter had left with short notice and […]

The Toolbox: Teaching on Level Ground [VIDEO]

Faculty and students often interact on unlevel terrain. Higher education has a longstanding practice of bestowing titles and roles (e.g., doctor, dean, instructor, professor) to […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: What Three Things Should I Do Each Week to Engage Online Students? [VIDEO]

Research clearly highlights the importance of individual, customized feedback in the promotion of student learning and student satisfaction. This month's featured video from the 20-Minute […]

Keith's Quick Quotes: 10 Principles of Effective Online Teaching - Part 2 [VIDEO]

Teaching Principle #6 - Think before you write.  Watch this two-part video screencast to learn about thinking before writing and nine more principles of effective […]

Keith's Quick Quotes: 10 Principles of Effective Online Teaching - Part 1 [VIDEO]

Principle #1 - Show up and teach.  Watch this two-part video screencast to learn about showing up and nine more principles of effective online teaching. […]

Adjunct Faculty Expectations: Online Course Activity [VIDEO]

A top-notch education for adult learners at Indiana Wesleyan University expects online adjunct faculty to provide: a complete faculty profile, helpful contact information, a warm […]