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TEACHING IN HIGHER ED

EXPLORE THE ART AND SCIENCE OF FACILITATING LEARNING

Teaching in Higher Ed produces a weekly podcast, blog posts and recommendations to help you be more successful at facilitating learning.

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Bonni Stachowiak
TEACHING IN HIGHER ED
The Productive Online and Offline Professor

PUBLISHED JANUARY 22, 2020

THE PRODUCTIVE

ONLINE AND OFFLINE PROFESSOR

The Productive Online Professor offers approaches to help us have more peace in our lives and be more present for our students. Those who teach in higher education have to regularly shift contexts quickly and have competing priorities. Faculty are also often expected to provide support and feedback to learners outside of normal work hours in non-traditional classes. 

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IT STARTED WHEN I WAS AROUND 6-YEARS-OLD...

I used to “teach” in my room at home. The stuffed animals and dolls were my students. My bedroom door had a sign on it that read #208. My “name” was “Miss Monroe,” a tribute to the 1970s Charlie’s Angels…

I have always wanted to teach.

Fast forward to today. I teach as a university professor at Vanguard University: a small, private, liberal arts university in Orange County, California. I'm also dean of teaching and learning, allowing me to collaborate with other faculty in improving all of our teaching and support efforts that allow students to thrive in their learning. My passion is in continually becoming more effective facilitating learning for my students. I’m also fortunate to get to coach faculty in my dean role and connect with faculty from all over the world through the Teaching in Higher Ed community.

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IT STARTED WHEN I WAS AROUND 6-YEARS-OLD...

I used to “teach” in my room at home. The stuffed animals and dolls were my students. My bedroom door had a sign on it that read #208. My “name” was “Miss Monroe,” a tribute to the 1970s Charlie’s Angels…

I have always wanted to teach.

Fast forward to today. I teach as a university professor at Vanguard University: a small, private, liberal arts university in Orange County, California. I'm also dean of teaching and learning, allowing me to collaborate with other faculty in improving all of our teaching and support efforts that allow students to thrive in their learning. My passion is in continually becoming more effective facilitating learning for my students. I’m also fortunate to get to coach faculty in my dean role and connect with faculty from all over the world through the Teaching in Higher Ed community.

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