So, the fall semester is about to begin and you’ve decided to try something new in one or more of your courses. Maybe it’s a different quizzing strategy, a revised assignment, or a new group activity. Or perhaps you read
Now that you’ve finished assessing your students, it’s time to turn the assessment process around by looking in the mirror. If you limped across the finish line last semester, it may be time to identify some new strategies for self-care.
You’ve just returned from a Teaching Professor Conference or read of an innovative teaching strategy in a book you devoured. You desperately want to incorporate the innovations you’ve learned into your own courses, but at that exact moment, you feel
You’ve done it. Go ahead and admit it. You’ve searched for your house on Google Maps. In fact the first place you looked in Google Earth and Street View was your house. But Google Map tools are not just a
Once you’ve submitted law school applications, anticipating a response can test anyone’s patience. That’s why being waitlisted – and having to continue the waiting game – can be downright aggravating. As much as you’d prefer a definitive response, remember that admissions committees
You’ve probably glimpsed the world of fraternities and sororities at U.S. colleges. You might have seen them in a movie, or maybe you have a friend who is in one. They are an American tradition, but prospective international students may
You’ve worked in the trenches. You’re seasoned in your subject matter. You’ve tested educational theories and discovered new ones, and now you’re ready to share your experiences and knowledge with others. Yes. You’re ready to write your own book. It
It’s hard for me to say this, but you’ve been lied to about social media.You have had the wool pulled over your eyes since the emergence of every major social media platform. Luckily, I am here to deliver the truth:
If you’ve received a medical school acceptance letter, congratulations! But what if the letter is from one of your lowest-ranked safety schools? As a result, you are torn between accepting the offer and reapplying to medical school next year. But before
Sure, you’ve heard of recycling, but have you heard of upcycling? Strictly defined, upcycling is what you’re doing when you take an old item that was intended for one purpose and turn it into something new. It’s different than recycling,
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