More than “Syllabus Day”: How the First Day of Class is an Opportunity to Connect

Today more than ever we are competing for our students' attention within the world of unfolding events. We are instructing across a variety of platforms […]

Can Someone Believe in God and Accept Evolution? Atheistic Perceptions of Evolution, Decrease Acceptance of Evolution

Most scientists agree that the theory of evolution is a foundational concept in understanding biology, yet it remains rejected by nearly half of the college […]

CREATE-ing Together: Using Perusall and the C.R.E.A.T.E method for increasing reading comprehension and analysis of primary literature

Combining the C.R.E.A.T.E .method with an online annotation and discussion tool like Perusall can empower students to confidently participate in conversations and amplify more voices […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Developing Critical Thinkers

Thinking critically is a skill gained through practice. Critical thinking has been listed as a top competency needed by college graduates for career readiness, according […]

Methods to Encourage Student Participation in Undergraduate STEM Courses

We’ve all been there. We pose a question to the class and we hope that someone will volunteer an answer or an opinion, but more […]

Teach Talk Webinar: Google in the Classroom

Last year Arizona State University switched to Canvas in order to leverage a cloud-based system that is available 24x7. In that same spirit of innovation, […]

TeachT@lk Webinar: Engaging Discussions

The average faculty member spends 75% of class time talking to students.  Maybe it's time to turn the tables, and let the students do the […]

"Asking Great Questions" Workshop

By Yawar Baig A key skill for any instructor in student-centered learning, is the ability to ask good questions that lead a student to critical […]

The Impact of Active Learning on Different Genders

Today's Guest Blogger is Christian Wright, an instructional professional in the School of Life Sciences as ASU. He has a Master’s in Education and a […]

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