In this guest column, Dr. Stanley Guffey discusses large lecture classes and how to “shrink” them to effectively facilitate learning.
By Guest Writer: Beth White The semester has ended. We’ve closed the book on another chapter and quietly breathed a […]
Orienteering in the Alaskan mountains is a lot like teaching and learning—we, instructors and learners alike, have to know where we are and where we are going.
If you’re guilty of neglecting your fall courses until the last minute, now can be a great time to gear up and get ready to kick off this next semester off with some fresh ideas.
By Guest Writer: Lauren McCaugherty It’s October, which means that midterms are just around the corner. Like every year, campus […]
By Guest Writer, Taimi Olsen We’ve talked before about using formative feedback in class, but the questions linger. Why would […]
By Guest Writer: Karen Brinkley The scientist is not a person who gives the right answers; he is one who […]