How Can We Create More Inclusive Undergraduate Research Experiences for People Excluded Because of Their Ethnicity or Race (PEERs)?

It is well established that retaining PEERs in science is integral to addressing socioeconomic inequalities in the United States, ensuring that we include the best […]

Evolving Exams: Adapt Your Assessments for the Time of COVID

Given the challenges we are facing this semester in light of the pandemic, rethinking our exams is essential for the success of our students. Stress, […]

Supporting Students with Anxiety and Depression in Biology Classrooms

In these challenging times, students are experiencing additional stressors exacerbating their anxiety and depression. As instructors who want students to succeed, how can we support […]

How to Make Undergraduate Research Experiences More Inclusive for Students with Depression

Depression is a mental health concern for many students and is prevalent among undergraduates at a concerning rate. It has also been shown that underserved […]

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 […]

#vted Reads: Guts, with Lindsey Halman

I’m Jeanie Phillips, and welcome back to #vted Reads, the podcast for, by and with Vermont educators. And I? Am The post #vted Reads: Guts, […]

All about stress and anxiety among school student!

Stress among students can be grouped as a positive stress and the negative stress. Why we call it positive is that certain situation which naturally […]

Do You Get Triggered in Business?

Do You Get Triggered in Business? Author: Sarah Cordiner (November 2019) I was recently scrolling through Facebook when I came across a post about whether […]

How to Use Ed Tech to Eliminate Student Stress

It’s well-recognized that technology is both a tool and, sometimes, a distraction, especially in the classroom. It’s easy to blame this problem on smartphones, as […]

How Moodle Can Prevent ‘Meaningless’ Teaching

Throughout most of the world, teaching is an underappreciated job. But recent evidence across the globe shows the many variations in which they struggle. There […]

Considering Clickers & Anxiety: Implementing Clicker Technology So that it Decreases Student Anxiety in the Classroom

Today's blog is written by Virginia Downing, Academic Success Manager and member of Sara Brownell's Biology Education Research Lab, Arizona State University When it comes to […]

3 Affective Variables in Second Language Acquisition

Affective factors definitely play a role in second language acquisition, research has confirmed that a variety of affective variables relate to success in second language acquisition. […]

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