Need a few tips on what to do in your live online discussion?
Here are a few to get started.
Bring on the i.
I just finished reading several books about intrinsic motivation. None of the research is new, so why aren’t we incorporating intrinsic motivation into the classroom more?
Here are a few ideas I have on how to add some i to your classroom.
Book to add to the reading list:
Why We Do What We Do by Edward L. Deci
I have recently been shocked at the fact that educators don’t really see the need for a rubric. They either find them too specific or too vague. But, I am not really sure they are seeing the big picture on this one. Rubrics are great for students and teachers.
Here are a few benefits:
What else would you add? How have they helped you?
Thanks, Robin! This is great!!!!
Here is a group of infographics that relate to your first day of each teaching term. They are mostly the ones I work through within the beginning weeks of classes. I have included the QR codes for each so you can find them easily. The five things I do at the beginning of each term is Greet students, Set the rules, Team build, Grab or Gain their attention, and Assess prior knowledge.
More and more higher education organizations are using experts from the field to teach college courses. The experts have a passion for their industry and profession. Sometimes this passion does not translate into good teaching. I am working on a new training series that seeks to both identify the issues, describe the players, and train the new faculty experts. This is the overview infographic. The series is also part of a larger training curriculum to transform the learning experience in college classrooms.
Stay tuned for infographics on each of the 10 topics and the training curriculum.