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    8 Essential Active Learning Strategies for Your Next Class

    Engaging examples designed for in-person, hybrid or fully online courses

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    Hybrid, Blended or HyFlex: Which Is the Right Fit for You?

    Online teaching isn’t going away. Here’s how to triage which modality is the most effective for you and your students.

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    Interactive Textbooks Help Gen Z Learn From Real-World Content

    Professor Stephen Buckles’ digital textbook motivates students to discuss economics concepts. He’s even been able to keep it up-to-date…

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    8 Ways You Should Use Ed Tech In Your Post-Pandemic Classroom

    Feedback, centralizing course materials and offering flexibility are just a few of the items students want to see in your next course.…

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    6 Ways to Level the Playing Field for Every Student

    Give all learners the same opportunity to succeed by adjusting your syllabus, communication style and course policies

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    5 Ways to Give Students the Job-Ready Skills They Need

    Leadership, teamwork and communication skills are three of the most important soft skills in education today. Here’s how your course…

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    5 Teaching Strategies to Keep Using Post-Pandemic

    Emergency remote teaching taught faculty how to motivate, support and engage students in an unfamiliar format. Here’s why you should…

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    The Ultimate Summer 2021 Reading List for Professors

    Top books to help you prioritize engagement, inclusivity and your own well-being in the months ahead

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    How Innovation-Based Learning (IBL) Is Helping More Students Become Career-Ready

    Joe Sanchez has developed a new model proven to increase course pass rates while preparing students for the world of work

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    Why It’s Time to Reframe Your Approach Towards Student Feedback

    Feedback has traditionally been backwards-looking. The feedforward framework is a more authentic, tailored alternative.

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    Three Professors on Uplevelling Their Courses With Top Hat

    Maintaining attention, delivering lectures in any modality and getting instant feedback are what drew these educators to Top Hat

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    10 Essential Icebreaker Activities for Any Online Course [+ Free List of 50 Icebreakers]

    Reduce student anxiety and uncertainty with these virtual icebreakers

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    9 Ways to Re-Energize Your Classroom Right Now

    In many college classrooms, engagement rates have plummeted steadily since January. Here’s how to rejuvenate your course midway through…

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    The Ultimate Guide to Culturally Responsive Teaching

    Creating a culturally responsive classroom will help diverse students feel seen in your college courses

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    3 Ways to Bring Your Organic Chemistry Course to Life

    Professor William Ogilvie’s textbook emphasizes a mechanistic approach that favors understanding and application over memorization

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    How to Give General Chemistry Students Confidence

    Professor Franklin Ow was determined to remove barriers to success in his general chemistry course. Here’s how authoring a digital…

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    How a Digital Textbook Helped Earn This Prof a Perfect Course Evaluation

    Educator Nicole McNichols’ Top Hat textbook aligned with Gen Z’s learning style—plus, boosted student exam scores along with her own…

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    3 Ways to Drive Reading Comprehension Using a Digital Textbook

    Generation Z aren’t the type to read for fun—here’s how to address that in your real-time and self-paced college classes

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    The Best Apps for Building Community in Higher Ed

    Support student connections with these mobile apps. You’ll be able to improve asynchronous interactions and enable file and media sharing…

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    3 Ways to Balance Your Workload With Student Needs

    Innovative educators share their advice for putting student success at the forefront—without risking burnout