Six postings designed to help students learn how to study effectively [Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein]

Learn How To Study Using… Dual Coding — from learningscientists.org by Megan Smith & Yana Weinstein Excerpt: This is the final post in a series […]

Get to know reputable organizations that are linking research (in how people learn) to practice [Simmers]

Excerpt from Education Research Is Still Too Dense. We Need More Teacher-Researcher Partnerships. — from edsurge.com by Kristin Simmers Get to know reputable organizations that […]

3 Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning [Kelly]

3 Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly The landscape of higher education has been transformed […]

3 Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning [Kelly]

3 Tech Trends Shaping the Future of Post-Pandemic Teaching and Learning — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly The landscape of higher education has been transformed […]

Four creative methods for engagement in training [Tomlinson Schmidt]

Four creative methods for engagement in training — from trainingjournal.com by Susan Tomlinson Schmidt Excerpt: Educational courses are one of the most often sought-after and impactful […]

Reflections on Rejecting Remote Proctoring [Redden]

From DSC: I read an interesting article out at Inside Higher Ed from the other day: Rejecting Remote Proctoring — from insidehighered.com by Elizabeth Redden […]

21 Ways to Structure an Online Discussion, Parts 1, 2, & 3 [Prud’homme-Généreux]

21 Ways to Structure an Online Discussion, Part 1 — from facultyfocus.com by Annie Prud’homme-Généreux *This is a five-part series. Each Monday, we will be […]

Flipped Learning Can Be a Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning Post-Pandemic [Talbert]

Flipped Learning Can Be a Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning Post-Pandemic — from edsurge.com by Robert Talbert Excerpt (emphasis DSC): What is flipped learning? A […]

DC: Yet another reason to implement/support Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

DC: Yet another reason for Universal Design for Learning’s multiple means of presentation/media: Encourage faculty to presume students are under-connected. Asynchronous, low-bandwidth approaches help give […]

Nearly Half of Faculty Say Pandemic Changes to Teaching Are Here to Stay [Kelly]

Nearly Half of Faculty Say Pandemic Changes to Teaching Are Here to Stay — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly Among the findings: Fifty-one percent of […]

Rebooting the final exam [Talbert]

Rebooting the final exam — from roberttalbert.medium.com by Robert Talbert Excerpts:  It’s probably better not to give final exams at all, but if you must, […]

Great and small

English is a funny language. Coloured by countless other languages over centuries of war, politics, colonialism, migration and globalisation, many words have been lost, appropriated […]

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