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06Dec 2016

Creating Engagement in the Classroom: Providing Answers to Questions

How professors and students alike can stay atop of the changing question-and-answer dynamic in the modern classroom

In today’s higher education environment, there are many obstacles faced by both students and educators. As class sizes continually rise, the opportunities for individual student interactions have fallen. When a single educator is tasked with presenting one or more chapters in a one-hour lecture, there is often little room to field questions. This can create a specific challenge on both sides of the podium.

06Dec 2016

Creating Engagement in the Classroom: Attendance and Student Success

Investigating the relationship between attendance and classroom success.

Academia is constantly on the move.

Creating Engagement in the Classroom: Connecting with Students

How classroom engagement improves student learning outcomes and why classroom management is becoming increasingly difficult.

Connecting with students has meant different things to different teachers over the years.

How Educators Engage Students Using BYOD and Tech-Enabled Classrooms!

What is the BYOD approach and how is it changing education? 

If students are not learning the way educators are teaching, then teachers must begin adopting new and innovative pedagogies to ensure positive learning outcomes. One of the most obvious and dramatic transitions in learning has occurred due to the affordability and widespread use of modern technological devices.

Formative Assessments and Real-Time Results

How capturing real-time data helps educators keep their finger on the pulse of the higher-education classroom.

Here’s a secret you may not be privy to, students: Professors are always assessing your performance.

Mobile-Enabled Students and Social Learning

How the rise of tech-enabled collaborative learning influences the opportunities for classroom engagement using data-driven teaching practices.

The barrier to technology in the classroom is not what it used to be.

Digital Literacy: The New Educator Evaluation

A case for establishing digital literacy as a new standard for teaching evaluations and a benchmark for the modern higher-education professional.

The role of the teacher has always been to expand learning.

The Tech-Enabled Classroom: Digital Literacy and Integrity

How tech-enabled classrooms are changing responsibilities on both sides of the podium.

The adage “You can’t stop progress” rings as true as ever inside the walls of academia.

Understanding Front and Back-End Classroom Facilitation

How the combination of front-end (educator created) and back-end (student created) classroom facilitation strategies can enhance learning outcomes.

Today’s educators are responsible for more than just direct lectures.

Creating Engagement in the Classroom: Formative Assessments and Real-Time Results

How capturing real-time data helps educators keep their finger on the pulse of the higher-education classroom.

Here’s a secret you may not be privy to, students: Professors are always assessing your performance.