by Richard Leon Linfield I taught basic English writing at two community colleges in New Mexico before I retired in 2019. My students tended to be motivated; otherwise, they wouldn’t.
by Meenakshi Sharma Rather than have students memorize definitions and facts about a science topic such as light, an effective teacher today would have students investigate various types of objects.
by KC Kulver How hard should it be to earn a college degree? When the book “Academically Adrift” appeared in 2011, it generated widespread concern that college was not effectively educating students.
Using a diary after each lesson helped students consolidate what they had learned in class and reflect on the new language connections they had made. by Argyro Kanaki and Susana.
by Meredith Aquila Of all the things needed for academic success, one of the most essential is for students to have a good rapport with their instructors. This is particularly true in the digital.
by Scott Henderson Most discussions about the drawbacks of online education focus on the negative effects it has on learning. Less obvious – but also quite important – is how remote instruction.