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Our TeachTech blog is used for faculty development for the Arizona State University School of Life Sciences. We focus topics on practical tools and techniques for our courses, emphasizing active learning and online activities. We often include guest bloggers that bring in topics on Evidence Based Teaching for STEM related courses.

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Make it Your Own! Increasing Educational Value Through Office Hour Activities

I believe letting my personality shine through the way I teach “humanizes” the online learning experience. One of the ways I have tried to do […]

How Does Institution Type Impact Students’ Experiences in Undergraduate Research?

Participating in research as an undergraduate is known to be a highly influential experience that can increase student motivation and persistence in science. In a […]

Best of 2021: Community Examples of Shared Practices

School of Life Sciences is a wonderful community focused on improving teaching, sharing new ideas, and working together to find solutions for our students. Join […]

A Look Back At 2021

As 2021 has come to a close and we look to a new semester of teaching it is normal to reflect back on what we’ve […]

Scale Up: Successful High Enrollment Courses

On November 4, 2021, The Teaching Innovation Center hosted a workshop titled “Scale Up: Successful High Enrollment Courses”. The “Scale UP” series focuses on expanding […]

4 Quick Ways to Care for Your (Burned-Out) Students

It's that time of the semester again where students are feeling more burned out than ever. Consider implementing policies or course design changes to help […]

Reimagine Labs and Experiential Learning

Recently the Teaching Innovation Center (TIC) hosted a Coffee and Conversation event that focused on discussing the question, how can we reimagine labs and experiential […]

The Spark of Learning

Who here feels a bit drained when it comes to how this year or semester is progressing? My hand is raised! Often when I feel […]

Ditching Proctoring and Approaching Academic Integrity with Flexibility

Cheating is an ongoing concern in higher education and is increasingly more complex as classes and resources become more available online. Students have created online […]

Fall 2021 RISE/SABER Inclusive Teaching Seminar Series

Do you want to make your classroom more inclusive? Do you feel like you might need to learn more about what inequities might even exist […]

Taking a Big Project from “Big Problem” to “No Big Deal”

Sometimes it seems like the higher education landscape has gone from evolution at a manageable pace to revolution at warp speed overnight. For instance, say […]

Reimagining Collaboration: With Professors Jon Harrison, Pierre Deviche, and Kevin McGraw

The Teaching Innovation Center kicked off their SPARC* Series with a workshop titled, "Reimagining collaboration: With Professors Jon Harrison, Pierre Deviche, and Kevin McGraw" on […]

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