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In Case You Missed It

Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash Looking at the Teaching in Higher Ed website analytics recently got easier for me for some reasons I won’t write...

Top Tools 2018

Each year, Jane Hart compiles her Top Tools for Learning. You’re invited to participate in the voting either by filling out a form, blogging about your choices or sharing via...

Igniting Curiosity and Imagination

Our kids have started their summer camp routine. They won’t wind up going every week, but there will be times when I can tackle those things that are hard to...

Teaching Techniques – Reflections on AAC&U's Webinar

  On June 19, 2018, I had the opportunity to attend an AAC&U Webinar entitled: Teaching Techniques to Improve Learning and Ensure Classroom Success It caught my eye because of...

Teaching the Literature Survey Course

As I mentioned on episode #210 with James Lang, I wasn’t expecting to enjoy reading Teaching the Literature Survey Course as much as I was some of the other books...

A Most Important Checkmark to Uncheck When Embedding YouTube Videos

A student asked if he could talk to me after class. I said absolutely, wondering about the serious tone of his request. His tendency toward humor was nowhere in his...

The Spark of Learning

I recently have had the opportunity to revisit my reading of Sarah Rose Cavanagh’s The Spark of Learning: Energizing the College Classroom with the Science of Emotion. The book is...

2018 Summer Reading

Photo by Susan Yin on Unsplash Sara asked on the Teaching in Higher Ed Facebook group: “What’s on your summer reading list?” At first, it felt...

2018 Podcast Greats

When people hear that I have a podcast, they often ask me what podcasts I like to listen to… It is a harder question to answer, since it is like...

Communicating Across the Curriculum Reflections

I have spent most of my week in Louisiana. My primary objective was to facilitate two workshops for Louisiana State University’s Communication Across the Curriculum Summer Institute (#CxCsi). However, I...

What's New?

Three things changed recently that seemed worth telling you about. In this post, I share about Todays Meet closing down, my hesitation to recommend Airmail anymore, and a bit about...

When Open-Ended Live Polling Gets Rocky

One of my colleagues tried out open-ended polls for the first time the other day. I asked him to let me know how it went, if he had time afterward....