FREE CPD >> Five Evidence-Informed Uses of #Edtech To Help Get Online Learning Right

A few months ago I was approached by Seneca to deliver a Teachmeet (as a webinar) as part of their TeachMeet series. When I agreed […]

Online Teaching Tips for Teacher Prep Professionals with Dr. James Mitchell [Workshop]

Introduction Imagine preparing teacher candidates online with old school dial-up. Wild, right? But that’s how Dr. James Mitchell began preparing teacher candidates online in 1999. […]

5 Ways to Use GoReact in Online Foreign Language Courses

Teaching online courses is difficult. But teaching foreign language courses online? That’s a beast of its own. It may seem impossible to teach skills such […]

Why you don’t need to be a designer to be a good teacher with EdApp

Good news for teachers who… have lots of low-tech teaching experience but are not all that high-tech savvy. are used to the physical classroom but […]

What are L&D leaders using to teach employees – stats from our authoring tool

“If you want something done, do it yourself.” Many of us have heard this adage from parents, grandparents, or society in general. While this saying […]

Embracing Asynchronous Video: The Limitations of Zoom for Online Learning

Since the outbreak of coronavirus, the internet has exploded with Zoom memes. And for good reason—it seems as if we practically live on Zoom these […]

Teach T@lk Webinar: Improving Course Quality Through Backward Design

Despite the best efforts of the instructor or designer of a course, instructional efforts can often fall flat due to poor planning and implementation. Courses […]

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 […]

Tute’s You! Making #onlinelearning work

“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” One of America’s ‘Founding Fathers’, Benjamin Franklin was recognised as […]

5 Gifts You Can Text A Teacher For Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week Distance Learning Style Here are 10 things you can text a teacher for Teacher Appreciation Week. 1.  Starbucks Gift Card Using iMessage on […]

Recruitment for Teaching – Looking beyond degrees

Acquisition of talents to teach with the right skills is the need of the hour, it is essential that the teachers need to teach the […]

Maximize Teaching Effectiveness with Video

Videos in the online space are now more important than ever. With the move to teaching remotely, many instructors have started wondering how to implement […]

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