Jean Mandernach, professor of psychology and senior research associate in the Center for Cognitive Instruction at Grand Canyon University, discusses strategies for creating videos that target student misunderstanding in a way that is aligned with learning science, and that can also i Register Now
In recent years, numerous calls for education reform have focused on the mountain of evidence for the effectiveness of active learning approaches. Though the evidence is overwhelming, changing how you teach needn’t be. Register Now
Stephanie Delaney shares strategies for making your discussion board more active and for using other tools in the learning management system that spark student interest. Register Now
For this Teachers on Teaching session, Michael Brown will share his insights on how classrooms can become communities.
Maryellen Weimer provides suggestions for how to increase student engagement in your class using a surprising tool: your syllabus. Bring your syllabus to this session and discuss with instructional designers and your colleagues how you might apply Dr. Register Now
"You take delight not in a city's seven or seventy wonders, but in the answer, it gives to a question of yours." --Italo Calvino, Invisible CitiesRegister Now