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.

FacultyCare ranking

This blog ranks #204 in our Top E-Learning Blogs.

Copy and paste this code into any part of your blog to get a dynamic badge that automatically updates your rank every day.

Posts by FacultyCare

Keith's Quick Quotes: A Sabbath in Name Only [VIDEO]

The Internet is never switched off.  This 'always on' phenomenon has become a business and (to some) a personal challenge.  Many are expected to offer […]

So What's the Big Deal About Reporting Attendance? [VIDEO]

RING, RING…. Student Services:  “Hello, Student Services, this is Sheila.  How may I help you?” Student:  “My name is Shelton Studyhard.  I tried to login […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Can I Help Students See that Sweat--Working Hard and Smart--Is Key to Their Success? [VIDEO]

There are a couple of key misperceptions that students have about learning. One is that it happens quickly and two, that learning it is easy. […]

Off Campus Library Services: Using the Learning Center in APA Style CENTRAL

Ever skipped over an article because it was too long? Zoned out on an online presentation after the first five minutes? If you need short, […]

Finding and Updating Your Instructor Page [VIDEO]

Most online students want to know a few things about their teachers. What do they look like? Are they qualified to teach? What is their […]

Thriving in the Onsite Classroom: 3 Tips You May Not Know [VIDEO]

Onsite pedagogy represents a wealth of successful strategies.  Maybe there is a tactic you have not tried before with your students. Whether it is your […]

The Toolbox: Leverage Social Media for Better Learning [VIDEO]

Some of the most pervasive and active forms of digital content are found on social media platforms. Instructors can use these platforms as a powerful […]

Commitment to Excellence: S-T-R-E-T-C-H-I-N-G Your Students

Our family’s nickname for me is: La Profe Dura (“Tough Prof”). It’s a souvenir from our days in Ecuador, where each semester at the seminary […]

Off Campus Library Services: Empowering Students Through APA Style CENTRAL

Often a student enters an adult degree program at Indiana Wesleyan University having taken few or no college preparation courses. He or she may never […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: How Can I Get Students to Take Responsibility for Their Own Learning?

So the essence of all of this is that we take responsibility, but we take responsibility for structuring such that students will then take responsibility […]

The FacultyCare Blog: Top Ten Posts of 2017

At the conclusion of 2017, the FacultyCare blog team is grateful for so much: 51 posts 80 comments 149 new subscribers 636 total subscribers Users […]

Student Isolation: When Your Students Are Scattered Across the Globe

Our students face a similar struggle for motivation due to being isolated from their classmates and us. They join our program because of its flexibility. […]