Sometimes we all need to change the way we approach topics, lessons, or units. Here are some refreshing (and inspiring!) ideas from fellow educators to hopefully motivate you to change things up. 208 more words
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These days, I teach classes in two ways — online courses and hybrid courses. Part 1 of the “What I Do” series will look at how I teach online courses. 1,048 more words
Bowen, Ryan S., (2017). Understanding by Design. Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching. Retrieved May 2018 from https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/understanding-by-design/.
This is almost like a mini-class in the backwards design model for constructing courses and units of study. 76 more words
This is not an article bashing the age of objective reasoning it is also not an article lauding the wonders of subjective reasoning. It is just a flashlight, pointing quickly in the direction of each. 1,312 more words
Rhetoric, Reflection, and Scholarly Titles: How Taking a History (and Poetry) Course Can Remap Your Courses
I firmly believe that in every teacher, there is a student eager to return to the classroom. I see in my colleagues the same eagerness in choosing their PD (professional development) as I feel when taking a new class. 757 more words