Teacher Feature: Kindergartners Explore Insects

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Cathryn Kis. Her kindergarten class was learning about insects and decided to spend a day learning about mosquitoes. 848 more words

Museum Education

Using Formative Assessment to Support Large Classes

One professor’s solution to engaging 600 students in one semester

John D. Hopkins, a senior instructor of physics at Penn State, is a seasoned educator who has taught everything from middle school science and math to college-level physics. 359 more words

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Teacher Feature: Sarah Kuzniar

When did you first hear about The Bar Method? McKenzie and I were friends and work colleagues who also ran half marathons together. We ran with a group of girls and everyone usually had pretty similar finish times. 1,397 more words

Boston Studio

Teacher Feature | Erin

We’re excited to welcome Erin as one of our newest instructors!

What’s your favorite thing about teaching barre?

I am so honored to teach at Richmond Barre! 498 more words


Teacher Feature: Mrs. Rutledge

I recently got the chance to interview one of my favorite teachers, Mrs. Rutledge. This interview showed me a lot about this sweet lady, like how close her relationship is to God, what her values are, and much more. 578 more words

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Instructor Spotlight: Willem Wallinga

Highlighting the innovative work of our outstanding faculty users is something we love to do here at WebAssign. This week we are taking a look at Willem Wallinga, an Assistant Professor at Fisher College in Boston, MA. 632 more words

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Teacher Feature | Bri

What’s your favorite thing about teaching barre?

I love to see everyone shaking (when I teach and when I take)! It is so motivating to know that people are in it with you, and they are working hard! 260 more words