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Does Publish or Perish Kill Innovation?

If you’re a professor, you’re no stranger to the term “publish or perish.” And for good reason. The publish or perish phenomenon has been around […]

This One Powerful Word Changes Behavior and Learning

Sometimes student teaching feels more like waging war against an army of overactive hellions. But if you look at the research, one deceptively simple strategy […]

Changes Ahead: Make Sure Your Interpreters Are Ready

In the coming decade, the interpreting industry will be seeing more demand, more technology, and more competition than ever before. Are your students ready to […]

5 Trending Public Speaking Resources for Students

Do your students know the real source of their public speaking nerves? How about the number one difference between snooze-worthy and breathtaking presentation slides? Or […]

The Hard Truth About Soft Skills

In the final inning of 2016, experts are eagerly predicting the future of education. What are potential jobs looking for in new graduates? What skills […]

Feedback’s Native Role in Human Learning

Try to imagine total sensory deprivation. No tactile feedback. No auditory, visual, olfactory, or gustatory feedback. No way to test an idea, confirm a hunch, […]

Better feedback makes us . . . better

There’s no question that higher quality feedback is a key component to giving more students that “light bulb” moment, where their understanding of key concepts […]

5 Tips for Getting Online Feedback on Track

Online courses are growing. As they grow, students are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with feedback in their online classes. “Learners have reported that inadequate feedback from […]

How to give (and not give) feedback

Knowing that feedback is an integral part of learning and leveraging feedback as an integral part of learning are two very different things, especially for […]

The Feedback Tips You Haven’t Heard Yet

A lot has been said about giving feedback. Lots of tips and strategies are out on the web. And most are great. The catch, though, […]

The #1 Feedback Trick to Save Instructors Time

Feedback takes time. Sometimes that’s time teachers feel they just don’t have. Time constraints threaten quality feedback “Unfortunately, the use of feedback as a pedagogical […]

What do we really know about how feedback works?

What do we know about feedback? Feedback is an intrinsic element of learning. In fact, some have claimed that a key purpose of higher education […]

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