3 Ways to Think About the Relationship Between Higher Education Courses and the Academic Programs to Which They Belong

  As an instructional designer developing higher education courses, we need to look at the big picture. How do the courses in higher education build […]

4 Ways in Which Engineering Can Be Integrated into Science

The great thing about science is the many opportunities to use fun equipment and tools. Integrating engineering practices adds a new dimension by challenging students […]

4 Misconceptions Students Have About Multiplication

Although it is the third mathematical operation that students are exposed to, multiplication tends to be more challenging to students than their previous encounters with […]

6 Things All Geography Course Writers Should Know

    Geography is alive and well in social studies. The waxing and waning of geography education as a standalone course is still an important […]

4 Misconceptions Students Have About Physics

Physics class can be a lot of fun! It doesn’t get much better than rockets, amusement parks, and roller coasters. In order to write a […]

4 Reasons Why Writers Should Not Be Constrained by Grammar

  Let me preface by saying, yes, grammar is important. While students and even adults might find grammar dry or difficult to study, it serves […]

5 Similarities Between Developing Courses for Kindergarten Students and Courses for Higher Education

Both Want a Reason Why Learning the Information Is Important “Give me a reason why I need to know this information!” This is a common […]

4 Things all Economics Course Writers Should Know

  Economics is treated differently by each state in terms of the way the curriculum is oriented and how the material is presented. With the […]

4 Things That Biology Teachers Should Know

Biology is a fascinating field of study that is literally full of life! From the atoms that come from distant stars to our cells, microbes, and […]

4 Misconceptions Students Have About Algebra

In the United States, algebra is seen as the gateway course to higher-level math courses and, in some cases, even college. This is oftentimes a […]

5 Things All History Writers Should Know

When it comes to writing good history curriculum, there are a handful of universal truths that cross all of history’s sub-disciplines. The following tips can […]

6 Fun Ways to Teach Grammar

Every subject area has that one topic that is particularly difficult to keep students interested in. In ELA, that topic might just be grammar. Even […]

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