Every August, I teach a 3-credit course at McGill called Academic English Seminar, which is an academic skills course for incoming undergraduate students who speak English as a second or other language. 899 more words
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I began this post by running a search for “centers of innovation” then “blog:innovation” which lead me to the top 25 sites on innovation that devolved into a 2-hour stroll through blog posts, self-published books, TEDTalks, and a refreshing Anil Dash keynote at a Behance event where his topic, … 1,132 more words
Knowledge base, teaching skills, reflective practice, scholarship and learning, and professional learning community all lead to the development of the teacher. These are the elements necessary for a teacher to become good at teaching and to be effective in the classroom. 708 more words
Are colleges doing all they can to assure that their online adjunct faculty are successful?
Institutions employing adjunct faculty for online courses were surveyed about the practices they use in supporting them. 629 more words
Notes from "Flexible but not Flimsy: Addressing Standards Using a Personalized Faculty Pathway" #qmconf2015
Notes from “Flexible but not Flimsy: Addressing Standards Using a Personalized Faculty Pathway”, presented by Mary Bohman and Robin O’Callaghan, both from Winona State University, at the… 455 more words