Read or watch a video about how to save time and energy when setting up Zoom polls for your class.
Assessing critical thinking takes more than chasing a rubric. Reflective journals require more from both educator and student. It moves beyond show me what you learned this week...into more of a focused exploration.
Discover how this teacher utilizes free online interactive simulations from the PhET website by the University of Colorado.
Who doesn't love second chances? Explore this tip about an "optional memo" that provides students with the opportunity to explain the rationale behind their work and recoup some marks.
Find out how to use screen recording software to personalize asynchronous contact with students and increase engagement in your course!
Get immediate feedback from your students on your classes and lessons. Anonymous Start, Stop and Keep is an asynchronous activity that encourages students to contribute their feedback in a consistent, safe and meaningful way!