There’s an exciting new feature coming to Faculty Focus! Starting next Friday, we’ll begin carrying the Professional Adjunct podcast here on Faculty Focus. The podcast is produced and hosted by Jim and Beth Harger, experienced adjuncts currently teaching at six
Readers of Faculty Focus are probably already familiar with backward design. Most readily connected with such researchers as Grant Wiggins, Jay McTighe, and Dee Fink, this approach to course construction asks faculty to initially ignore the specific content of a
December 4th, 2015 By: Mary Bart Faculty Focus is accepting article submissions for an upcoming special report on Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom. Articles should be between 750-1000 words in length. From casual conversations to organized activism, today’s
Financial institutions need to focus on resilience and sharing information about cybersecurity, which should be treated seriously as a matter of national defense in the US, said experts and regulators at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s Annual Meeting
Discussions of learning tend to focus on what happens in schools, but many students are learning lots of important skills outside of school through extracurriculars like sports, music, art, politics or any other passion. Often students don’t get recognition for
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