3 resources related to teaching and learning, 2 online tips and tricks, and 1 question (February 17, 2020)
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As a college designated as an HSI (Hispanic-Serving Institution), we must make efforts to close the equity gaps suffered by these populations. This organization is wholly committed to that mission. In addition to the resources on their site, ESCALA offers a Certificate in College Teaching and Learning in HSIs – the next offerings are this summer.
We hear a lot about things like Growth Mindset, Belonging, and Purpose in discussions on education. However, how much research is there on these concepts, and what are the most reliable conclusions? Check out the work being done by this group to answer those questions.
The title says it all. This e-book is for those who do what we do. Lisa Lane, History Faculty, recommended this book to me. While I am still working my way through it, I felt that it is something to include here. *Thanks, Lisa!* 🙂
2 online tips and tricks:
You can set up your grade book so that scores for missing assignments automatically generate a specific score. You can also automatically apply a deduction to late submissions. If you have been doing this manually, this tutorial may save you some time and effort.
If using and displaying a specific grading scheme will add clarity to students’ performance in your class, you can learn how to adjust the grade book to better suit your needs here.
1 question for you to ponder:
How has the availability and accessibility of information in the internet age (1995 to present-day) changed our role as educators?
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