Teach Talk: Ready, Set, Zoom! With Google Docs and Slides

As the semester is upon us, being prepared to teach on Zoom is essential. The synchronous time you spend in Zoom with your students should […]

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 […]

Turning Listening into Learning

This session will have participants perform active learning strategies for large auditorium classrooms and select strategies relevant to their own courses. Participants should bring laptops, […]

Webinar Summary: Grading Large Enrollment Classes

This week's TeachT@lk webinar focused on a common issue at ASU, our large classes. Often faculty have 100+ students, and are overwhelmed at the end […]

TeachT@lk Webinar: Get Active!

Our last webinar focused on tips and strategies that were seen at the International Forum for Active Learning at the University of Minnesota. ASU was […]

What’s the Point of Using Student Names in Large Courses?

Today's guest blog is by Anna Krieg, an undergraduate researcher in Sara Brownell’s Biology Education Research Lab. She is a senior Barrett honors student who […]

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