On today’s episode, ten prior guests, as well as Dave and I, come together to celebrate 75 episodes of Teaching in Higher Ed. We look back at episodes that have had a big impact on us, take a listener question, and make recommendations.
1) Sandie Morgan
The Eight Second Rule – Wait eight seconds to give students a change to respond
2) Michelle Miller
Rebecca Campbell’s – Don’t refer to students as children
4) Josh Eyler (two coming up both mentioning Cameron Hunt McNabb)
Cameron Hunt McNabb – How to bring more creative assignments to students
5) Janine Utell
Cameron Hunt McNabb – Creative and critical thinking and “backwards design”
8) Jeff Hittenberger
Appreciates Bonni’s vulnerability about her own teaching, that she's willing to admit her own mistakes.
Questions from a Listener:
Question: When seeking a professorship, how do you stand out from the crowd? Or, how do you find opportunities to the things you love in other career paths?
Peter Newbury from UCSD, who appeared on Episode 53, answers the question.
Beth Buelow’s podcast:
The Introvert Entrepreneur Podcast
Episode 93: Kevin Kruse and The 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management
What the Best College Teachers Do by Ken Bain
Cheating Lessons by James M. Lang
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