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The Best Tool for Learning isn’t Very Flashy

There are several different pros and cons to think about when it comes to Ed Tech.

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“Can You Hear Me Now?” Student Perspectives on Teaching & Learning 

“Can You Hear Me Now?” Student Perspectives on Teaching & Learning  Lunch and Learn Sept. 20, 2018

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How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome

How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome Explantation of what Imposter Syndrome is, why it’s prevalent in academia and how to overcome it.

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Will Trying New Teaching Techniques Tank My Evaluations?

Will Trying New Teaching Techniques Tank My Evaluations? Many professors fear that students will punish them for classroom experimentation. A new study suggests otherwise.

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No Smartphones or Laptops in Class: Campuswide

No Smartphones or Laptops in Class: Campuswide Faculty members at one small college think a formal policy restricting personal technology use in the classroom will cut down on distractions and improve learning.

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Test-Driving New Classroom Tech Initiatives

Test-Driving New Classroom Tech Initiatives Professors share what they’re doing differently in the classroom this fall — and how they’ll measure the success of their experiments.

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“Can You Hear Me Now?” Student Perspectives on Teaching & Learning

The Best Tool for Learning isn’t Very Flashy There are several different pros and cons to think about when it comes to Ed Tech.

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Blended Learning is Proving More Effective Than Traditional Education

Blended Learning is Proving More Effective Than Traditional Education Recent findings at University of Iowa and Tennessee Department of Education who both studied the effects that blended courses have on students.

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6 Reasons Blended Learning Works

6 Reasons Blended Learning Works Discussion of the six ways blended learning is more effective than face-to-face and online classes.

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Faculty Development Improves Teaching and Learning

Faculty Development Improves Teaching and Learning Explanation of the role CTL departments play in improving faculty development and why it works.

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