TeachTech Blog (SOLS@ASU)

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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Posts by TeachTech Blog (SOLS@ASU)

Virtual Poster Sessions for Real-World Skill Application

Aisles of freshly printed ink on large format paper are a hallmark of major scientific conferences all over the globe. Poster sessions are an arena […]

Teach T@lk Webinar: Improving Course Quality Through Backward Design

Despite the best efforts of the instructor or designer of a course, instructional efforts can often fall flat due to poor planning and implementation. Courses […]

Instructors, Be Careful About Joking Around: Science Students Find Topics About Own Identity Offensive

Imagine students sitting in a college classroom where attendance is required. The instructor is describing how the body works to maintain homeostasis and then the […]

Evolutionary Medicine: Teaching Resources for Science Courses

If you teach a college biology course, you are probably aware that most biology majors are interested in a medical career (Cooper et al. 2019). […]

It Works for Me, Does It Work for You? Accessibility for All

Faculty and students come together in a course with assumptions and judgments that have been formed from our own experiences, as well as how we […]

Promote Active Learning and Authentic Discussion with Perusall

Are you looking to make your course readings more engaging? Are you looking for improved ways for your students to collaborate and learn together? Consider […]

Maximize Teaching Effectiveness with Video

Videos in the online space are now more important than ever. With the move to teaching remotely, many instructors have started wondering how to implement […]

The Importance of Using Cultural Competence When Teaching Evolution

As classrooms are becoming more diverse, teaching practices should become more inclusive toward all groups. Cultural competence, the shaping of lectures to be more inclusive […]

Building Inclusive Classrooms

How can we act individually to promote inclusive classroom spaces? When the daily structure of classes are up to so many factors, pin-pointing a single […]

Choose Your Own Adventure: Adaptive and Differentiated Learning

Learning is a journey. As we head into an unknown future for education, we cannot forget to include everyone along the way. Luckily, there are […]

Teach Talk Webinar: Building Digital Media Skills in the Classroom

Do you know what sources your students are using to get their information? Do you feel you're on the same page with students about factual […]

Breakout Rooms in Zoom

Our current synchronous classroom space is Zoom, and this creates new opportunities for engagement with students. Additionally when you have a large amount of students […]

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