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    How to Implement Experiential Learning in Your College Classroom

    Experiential learning, or learning through doing and then reflecting, is the key to higher-order thinking and critical analysis

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    3 Ways to Bring Your Organic Chemistry Course to Life

    Professor William Ogilvie’s textbook emphasizes a mechanistic approach that favors understanding and application over memorization

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    How to Give General Chemistry Students Confidence

    Professor Franklin Ow was determined to remove barriers to success in his general chemistry course. Here’s how authoring a digital…

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    How a Digital Textbook Helped Earn This Prof a Perfect Course Evaluation

    Educator Nicole McNichols’ Top Hat textbook aligned with Gen Z’s learning style—plus, boosted student exam scores along with her own…

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    3 Ways to Drive Reading Comprehension Using a Digital Textbook

    Generation Z aren’t the type to read for fun—here’s how to address that in your real-time and self-paced college classes

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    4 Ways to Serve Up Conversation Starters in Class

    Students miss back-and-forth communication with their peers. Here’s how to fix that online.

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    How to Include Inquiry-Based Learning in Your Classroom

    Inquiry-based learning helps deepen students' curiosity and critical thinking by extending education outside the classroom

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    45 Bloom’s Taxonomy Action Verbs to Drive Student Success Online

    Evaluating student comprehension is a must. Here’s how Bloom’s Taxonomy can help.

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    Why Blended Learning Is Key For Colleges In The COVID-19 Era

    Blended learning provides instructors and students with the variety necessary for effective and engaging learning experiences

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    8 Essential Active Learning Strategies for Your Next Class—In Any Modality

    Active learning activities designed for in-person, hybrid or fully online courses

  11. Active Learning Exercises for Multiple Teaching Modalities

    5 activities that work equally well in real-time, self-paced and face-to-face classrooms

  12. How Active Learning Engages Students in The Virtual Classroom

    Community and collaborative learning make active learning an essential part of staying connected in online learning environments

  13. Considering Top Hat Pro? We answer your questions

    Answers to the most popular questions from our “Active Learning, Anywhere” webinar

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    4 Synchronous Tools for Online Teaching and Learning

    Highlighting the importance of building connections with students, strengthening support systems and assessing learners with a multitude of…

  15. Why Active Learning is Essential in Virtual Classrooms

    Active learning techniques put collaboration, communication and higher-order thinking at the heart of your online course

  16. Overcoming Student Resistance to Active Learning

    Unlike the relative ease of listening to a lecture, active learning demands a level of effort some students may neither expect nor want

  17. What Active Learning Really Is (and What it Isn’t)

    How professors can make their classrooms into an active learning environment to more effectively engage their students

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    Toolkit: How to Fuel In-Class Engagement

    It’s the stuff of cold sweat nightmares: you’re midway through a semester you swore was going to be different. You came to each…

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    If Your Textbook Is Only Used for Readings, You’re Doing It Wrong

    As any linguistics expert will tell you, words can last a lot longer than the technology they describe. A steamroller doesn’t use steam…

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    My Education Began When I Realized We’re Not Taught to Teach

    For Lauren Herckis, an anthropologist at Carnegie Mellon University, change is the only constant in a teaching life. But if you listen and…