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    The Ultimate Guide to Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Creating a culturally responsive classroom will help diverse students feel seen in your college courses

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    Curriculum Development and the 3 Models [+ Free Course Plan Template]

    Learner-centric curriculum development can improve engagement, participation and outcomes in any online or in-person learning environment

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    3 Ways to Balance Your Workload With Student Needs

    Innovative educators share their advice for putting student success at the forefront—without risking burnout

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    Remote Teaching: When and How to Use Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Methods

    Every course and educator is different. Consider your learning objectives, your students and the merits of each method to guide your…

  5. 3 Ways to Maintain Work-Life Balance in the New Teaching Paradigm

    Productivity shouldn’t be the sole end goal for faculty members. Avoid burnout by balancing your teaching schedule, finding time-saving…

  6. How to Deal With The Mid-Semester Crunch

    As midterm exams and assignments to grade pile up, one professor shares their tips for handling one of the busiest times of the year

  7. Five Resolutions for a New Term (or Year, or Decade!)

    One professor discusses embracing technology, guest speakers and active learning in her New Years' resolutions for 2020

  8. How To Incorporate Midterm Course Evaluations

    Students may be busy preparing for midterms, but this time of year is also an opportunity to take a pause by carrying out a midterm course…

  9. Save 9+ Hours of Admin Time With Top Hat

    Preparing and curating a course takes a great deal of time and effort. But there’s a way to gain access to high quality course content and…

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    Save Time Before, During and After Class with Top Hat

    A little bit of time invested in learning new ways of doing something can pay huge dividends in the future. Top Hat is a single, end-to-end…

  11. In Lieu Of Textbooks, What Are Students Reading?

    Students are increasingly strategic when it comes to utilizing textbooks—and it’s up to professors to find solutions that ensure…

  12. Quiz: What Kind of Class Prepper Are You?

    Are you spending too much time preparing for your classes each week? Or not quite as much as you should? Follow this simple quiz—picking…

  13. 8 Reasons You Should Author Your Own Textbook

    When does it make sense to create a new textbook from scratch? Here, we look at some reasons you might author your own book

  14. 4 Ways Introverted Professors Can Succeed in the Classroom

    Getting outside your comfort zone and embracing your in-class personality are just a few of the ways introverted professors can face the…

  15. What You Need to Know About Millennial Faculty

    For Boomer and Gen X academics, here are five traits—including being teamwork-focused and boasting a reward-seeking mentality—your…

  16. How To Avoid Burnout as a Professor

    Dragging yourself to work, having trouble being productive and finding it hard to concentrate on a task may be a sign that burnout is taking…

  17. 4 Professors Share Their Work Burnout Stories

    Most faculty aren’t doing what they do for the money: it’s a vocation. But when you do what you love—and in particular for adjuncts,…

  18. Work-Life Balance: A Guide for Professors

    Postsecondary educators, who often view their work as a vocation, are experiencing previously unseen levels of occupational stress. This…

  19. 5 Professors Share Their Experiences of Imposter Syndrome

    Who do you think you are? What are you playing at? Sooner or later, somebody is going to find you out… Sound familiar? You’re not…

  20. Course Evaluation: What’s Wrong and How to Fix it

    Course evaluation often elicits groans from students — and can cause stress for instructors. There’s even an article1 in The Chronicle…