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    How a Professor’s Puppets Inspire a Creative Writing Class

    Professor Linda M. Rodriguez, Professor of Caribbean Literature, Film, and Creative Writing at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez,…

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    Bloom’s Taxonomy: A History and Why It’s Important

    In this extract from our exclusive e-book, award-winning higher education journalist Philip Preville looks at the history and origin of…

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    The Secrets of the Cognitive Domain in Bloom’s Taxonomy

    Bloom’s taxonomy, introduced in 1956 and revised in 2001, is one of the most well-known frameworks for classifying educational goals,…

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    3 Advantages of Custom Textbooks Versus Traditional Textbooks

    From cars to shoes to Goldfish crackers, everything is being customized nowadays. Companies are realizing that allowing consumers to…

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    4 Creative Teaching Ideas to Use During Your College Course

    Need a boost to your teaching as you enter into the new semester? Here are four creative teaching ideas for each stage of your course, from…

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    4 Professors Share Tips On Teaching Diverse Students

    There are no typical students, and no typical classroom. Some students might have never grown up with a university tradition in their…

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    Tips from Jonah Berger, Marketing Professor, on Spreading Your Ideas

    Jonah Berger, marketing professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, has spent over 15 years studying how social…

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    Dynamic Textbook Revisions Will Keep Your Classes Cutting Edge

    In 2006, when Pluto lost its status as a planet, textbooks didn’t help alleviate confusion over the galactic changeup. Many still counted…

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    4 Ways Of Teaching Stats in 1 Interactive Text

    Deborah Carroll is a Psychology professor at Southern Connecticut State University and contributing author of a chapter of Top Hat’s…

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    Writing an Interactive Textbook? Allow For The Unexpected

    For an interactive textbook to be effective, the writers have to prepare for unorthodox answers from students, says Professor Stephen…

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    How To Conquer Midterm Teaching Slumps

    Students’ attention holds better if you upturn expectations, says education author James Lang in our latest webinar.

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    4 Pros and Cons to Gamified Learning

    If you are a professor thinking about adding gamified learning to your curriculum, understanding the benefits and drawbacks of this…