Creating an Engaging Syllabus

From Syllabus to Student Engagement What if a professor created syllabus that more accurately communicated their passion for their subject... ... Read More
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Engaging Students with the Reading

This article explores five strategies for helping students engage thoroughly and thoughtfully with reading assignments. Use the techniques that resonate with... ... Read More
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Course Planning Resources

Course planning means different things to different people. Here, you can match your needs to our resources. No matter what... ... Read More
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Midterm Student Feedback

Midterm feedback is positively related to improved teaching and leads to higher student ratings at the end of the term.... ... Read More
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Real-Time vs Asynchronous Instruction

As you develop virtual or hybrid courses, you may be contemplating using real-time (synchronous) teaching, asynchronous strategies, or a combination.... ... Read More
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Curriculum Development

There are two big-picture steps that any faculty member developing a new course or program should do in consultation with... ... Read More
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Canvas Templates

Canvas Templates The CLT has prepared basic Canvas templates you can add to your course(s) to help you set up... ... Read More
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Designing Class Discussions

There are many strategies and technologies available to maximize the impact of discussion in your course. If your teaching centers... ... Read More
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