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    How and When To Make A Course Correction While Teaching

    A “course made good” in teaching is like steering a ship—work out where you are, where you’re pointing, and how to change direction…

  2. A 19-Point Teaching Checklist For The First-Time Lecturer

    Top Hat Scholar and Distinguished Lecturer Emeritus of biology at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew Petto, offers a series of tips to…

  3. The Hidden Powers of Classroom Multiple Choice Questions

    Many might consider multiple choice questions a trivial waste of time in the classroom, and prone to wild guesses. But Top Hat Scholar and…

  4. 9 Ways Professors Can Reduce Textbook Costs For Students

    Andrew Petto, PhD, is Distinguished Lecturer Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. A former anatomy and physiology lecturer,…