TeachTech Blog ([email protected])

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 ([email protected])

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 […]

Engagement Tips from the Influencer’s Playbook

With the rapid rise of Instagram Reels and viral TikToks, students are often “plugged in” for hours socializing but struggling to focus in online learning […]

Experiences of STEM students with Disabilities During the Transition to Emergency Remote Instruction

How accessible is online education? Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students across the globe have had to adjust to a new normal as colleges and […]

“Discussion Bored to Discussion More” Part 2: Level Up Immersive Conversation Using Slack

Everyone is on Slack right now. Including me, as I write this blog! Oh, you aren’t? I’ll do my best to help you make the […]

Fall is Coming: Tips for Returning to the Classroom (That You Might Not Think of)

Fall semester is upon us and like many folks in higher education, the Teaching Innovation Center (TIC) is preparing to return to the classroom. Uncertainty […]

Optimize Learning Using Data: 3 Reasons To Start Thinking With Learning Analytics

Within the last 10 years, learning analytics has become an important field with stakeholders beginning to look at how data can be used to assist […]

Teaching Innovation Center: Hear from Our Faculty

Last week we introduced the many ways the Teaching Innovation Center (TIC) partners with faculty, instructors, and lab coordinators in the School of Life Sciences (SOLS) at […]

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