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Influencing How Students Discuss Content

There's a good resource for faculty called The Teaching Professor Blog. This blog provides relatively short posts about various aspects of higher education instruction. The latest post, about influencing how students discuss content, provides some great food for thought. Read more ...

Small Group Work Considerations

As you start to ponder your courses for next semester this may be a good time to dig deeper into various ways to implement small group work. In a September 2015 article Claire Howell Major describes three types of group learning and three major considerations to take into account when deciding between the three types for specific learning activities. Just as useful she provides a short, helpful, list of references. Read more ...

Academic Integrity

Below you'll find our interview with Heather Hoag and John Perez about various issues surrounding academic integrity. Read more ...

Mid-Semester Evals with Small Groups

We are providing a few documents provided by Jonathan Hunt (Rhetoric) on small group evaluations and small group instructional diagnosis. We are providing these documents so you can pre-plan using mid-semester evaluations next semester. However you could also use this approach at the end of a semester to garner constructive feedback to improve future versions of your course and to potentially provide additional support for your Teaching Narrative in the Tenure and Promotion process. Read more ...

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