Lecture Goes Online

Yesterday I read what I found to be a valuable article entitled "Five Questions to Ask Before Flipping a Lesson" written for EdSurge by Ben Stern, a Technology Integrationist for a middle School in New York. [more]

Managing Online Time

There is a potential risk when re-imagining a course to take advantage of a blended format of becoming the "24-hour" instructor. One of the most effective practices as an instructor is to be absolutely honest and clear with your students about [more]

5 Teaching Tips to Infuse Technology into Lessons

By Kelly Kilpatrick Teaching is a challenging job for sure, one that requires dedication, commitment, and planning. Managing your time and planning lessons can be difficult indeed. However, infusing a bit of technology into your lessons from time to [more]

Teaching Tips for Reducing End-of-the-Semester Stress

From Debra Ballard: Faculty and students tend to get overwhelmed by the frantic pace of the end of the semester. One undervalued process that often gets lost in the rush is time for reflection, a metacognitive activity that asks the students to [more]

Pedagogy Visited-Exactly What is Teaching Excellence? (Part B)

by Randall Lavender, Professor & Associate Chair, Foundation Part A of this article (available here) discussed several myths that permeate college art and design teaching. Looking deeper at how we teach studio courses reveals certain methods [more]