Do Quizzes Improve Student Learning?

Do Quizzes Improve Student Learning?

A Look at the Evidence Recently I’ve been trying to locate the evidence that supports quizzing, wondering if it merits...

Now Posting Training Recordings!

Now Posting Training Recordings!

On the event page, on the Center for Teaching Excellence website, a list of all training recordings will be available...

Active Learning

Active Learning

“An extensive literature has established the value of active, engaged, and collaborative forms of learning for students. The effective educational...

ORSP Workshop Video 10/7/16

ORSP Workshop Video 10/7/16

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Leader in Culturally Responsive Assessment Talks at Highlands

Leader in Culturally Responsive Assessment Talks at Highlands

First Year Experience Learning Communities

First Year Experience Learning Communities

NMHU’s First Year Experience Learning Communities support first-year students in building supportive relationships, applying academic content to real-world situations, and...

Between the Lines of Our Pedagogy

Between the Lines of Our Pedagogy

Between the Lines of Our Pedagogy By: Linda Shadiow, PhD, and Maryellen Weimer, PhD  February 29th, 2016 ________________________________ “Our teaching...

Shifting Landscape of Higher Education

Shifting Landscape of Higher Education

The Chronicle’s second annual Trends Report is your guide to the shifting landscape of higher education. Learn how to navigate...

Teaching in Action: Multicultural Education as the Highest Form of Understanding

Teaching in Action: Multicultural Education as the Highest Form of Understanding

Teaching in Action: Multicultural Education as the Highest Form of Understanding By Christine Stanley, Texas A&M Toward the Best in...

The Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom

The Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom

The Far-Reaching Effects of Implicit Bias in the Classroom by Cindy Long, January 26, 2016 neaToday … “implicit bias is...