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    How to Spark Great In-Class Discussions: 6 Ideas That Work

    Class discussions are a great way to gain insights into student comprehension, encourage community building and explore new ideas. Here are…

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    Why Staying Connected Is Important in Asynchronous Classes

    Being mindful of what gets put on students’ plates has boosted GPAs in Joel Stake’s biology classes, even with the transition to…

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    How To Master the First Week of Class: 8 Tips for Professors

    Set the stage for a successful semester by making a great first impression on your students

  4. 9 Instructors on the Importance of Teaching With Empathy

    A panel of distinguished educators discuss teacher presence, basic needs, self-care and more in part two of our #ProfChats roundup

  5. 5 Expert Tips for Creating Community in Online Classes

    A roundup of the best insights from educators on inclusive tech use, driving student connections and community-based assessment approaches

  6. 4 Ways the Pandemic Is Challenging Graduate Students

    Pursuing a graduate degree in 2020 and 2021 means dealing with research, teaching and financial hurdles

  7. Zooming In and Zoning Out: Combat Zoom Fatigue in Education

    Video calls can be exhausting. Here’s how to make them work for you and your college students.

  8. 5 Ways to Advocate for Your Students During This Election

    Scholars online urge educators to adopt an empathetic and flexible mindset in the lead up to the federal election

  9. Why Do Forward-Thinking Educators Use Interactive Learning? Because It Works

    Gone are the days of professors simply presenting course content in front of a classroom. The future of college is engaging, active and…

  10. How to Manage Microaggressions in Your Classroom

    Your three-step guide to facilitating civil discourse online

  11. Creating an Equitable Classroom Community in 7 Steps

    Invest in students’ personal and academic success by building an equity-minded learning environment

  12. 16 Strategies to Make Online Teaching More Inclusive

    Inclusive teaching and learning spaces ensure all students not only feel a sense of belonging but have what they need to reach their…

  13. 5 Ways to Prioritize Educational Equity in Your Virtual Classroom

    Address equity issues in higher education through Universal Design for Learning, flexible and accommodating assignment deadlines and…

  14. Supporting First-Generation College Students Is Essential in Academia’s ‘New Normal’

    Academic and financial barriers pose a threat to first-generation college students’ success—and that’s even more pronounced in this…

  15. The Ultimate Guide to Online Teaching

    In this guide, we explore the fundamentals of teaching online and share tools and best practices to help you accelerate your journey—and drive student success.

  16. 4 Ways To Master the Start of A New Semester

    How the best college professors address common misconceptions and set expectations in their classrooms at the beginning of each new semester

  17. Using Self-Reflection To Become A Better Educator

    The art of teaching is naturally an iterative process. Even without formal reviews or reflection, the things we learn as educators while in…

  18. How Professors Can Master Presenting In The Classroom

    One professor discusses some top tips for presenting course material to today's students in an effective and engaging way

  19. How to Properly Implement Digital Textbooks in Your Classroom

    While digital textbooks are increasingly making their way into classrooms, they require a new approach to teaching and learning—for both…

  20. How Think-Pair-Share Drives Student Participation

    Think-Pair-Share is an easy-to-implement strategy that improves the way students think, discuss and retain course material through group…