As an online educator for the past 19 years, Andrea Hendricks recognizes that the key to successful online learning is understanding that durable, long-lasting and serviceable knowledge is acquired when there is increased cognitive effort. In the world of remote or online teaching, that’s not always easy to achieve.

Through personal research and trial and error, Hendricks, an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Georgia State University, realized that even small changes can have a significant impact on student learning. She uses five learning science practices that have transformed the way she engages students and maximizes outcomes throughout the learning process, all of which are relevant whether you’re teaching in a traditional classroom environment or remotely.

Click here for five tips from Andrea Hendricks on how to easily incorporate learning science into the remote classroom, on Campus Technology.

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