FacultyCare

The purpose of FacultyCare is to provide insightful, informative, and encouraging content in order to further faculty development in the areas of instruction, grading, responsiveness, technology, building relationships, and faith in the learning environment.

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Thriving in the Onsite Classroom: Real Devotion [VIDEO]

What makes for a real devotion in the onsite classroom?  Learn how personalizing your devo can facilitate vital connections within and between your students. Whether […]

Thriving in the Onsite Classroom: The First Night / Nuts & Bolts [VIDEO]

The first night of an onsite class begins with arriving early and ordering each step of the class to demonstrate to your students you are […]

Thriving in the Onsite Classroom: Before the Beginning [VIDEO]

Prepping for the first night of an onsite class involves a number of moving parts.   Sequenced properly, you will be prepared to thrive on behalf […]

Thank You Dr. Pepper, Thank You Dr. Seuss: A Graduate's Appreciation [VIDEO]

During a recent graduate recognition ceremony, Dr. Ryan G. Loucks, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, thanked his family and faculty for their support during his arduous […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Do I Promote Civil and Thoughtful Engagement in the Classroom? [VIDEO]

Acquire 15 proven, practical, and action-oriented tips for engaging students and establishing exciting, positive learning environments. This month's featured video from the 20-Minute Mentor Commons, […]

Thank You Dr. Pepper, Thank You Dr. Seuss: A Graduate's Appreciation [VIDEO]

During a recent graduate recognition ceremony, Dr. Ryan G. Loucks, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, thanked his family and faculty for their support during his arduous […]

Thank You Dr. Pepper, Thank You Dr. Seuss: A Graduate's Appreciation [VIDEO]

During a recent graduate recognition ceremony, Dr. Ryan G. Loucks, Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership, thanked his family and faculty for their support during his arduous […]

Today's Terrific Teaching Tip: Post Discussion Forum Grades Early!

Tip: Grade full-point discussion forums early. In Today's Terrific Teaching Tip series, full-time faculty offer experience-proven tips about what works in their learning environment. According […]

A Story Worth Giving Away

The doctor said, 'Mr. Snider, we are going to need to admit you into the hospital.  You have a tumor around your left kidney and […]

The Toolbox: Capture the Power, Get to the Point [VIDEO]

PowerPoint is a commonly used teaching tool in higher education. Think back to your last professional conference, for example. You probably chose a session based […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Do I Use Controversial Issues to Build Cognitive Skills In My Students? [VIDEO]

Learn how to use difficult discussions to improve students’ ability to reason—and help them function as respectful members of a civil society." This month's featured […]

Teaching Portrait: Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, College Professor and Civil War Hero

This week, as we celebrate our nation's 241st birthday, it seems appropriate to profile a uniquely distinct teacher--Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain--who taught rhetoric in the classrooms […]

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