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This blog is a place to dialog and share resources about effective teachi..
I recently picked up Josh Eyler’s How Humans Learn, again, to prepare for a talk I gave this past week at Tarleton State University ..read more
This article on How to Keep Class Sessions from Running Short (Or Going Too Long) was originally posted on the EdSurge website and ..read more
I told Dave that I was done with open textbooks. Well, at least the part of my experience with them that means I work with a group of 15- ..read more
For the first time in Teaching in Higher Ed history, we are taking the show on the road. We have been invited to partner with Digital ..read more
I was inspired by Bryan Alexander’s post on his Daily Practice: Tools of the Trade. If you aren't already familiar with Bryan, he is a ..read more
Teaching in Higher Ed by Bonni Stachowiak - 1M ago
Recently, Katie Linder recommended on her blog that we answer 11 questions, which were inspired by Tim Ferris. They come from his book ..read more
Teaching in Higher Ed by Bonni Stachowiak - 2M ago
It’s been quite a year for Teaching in Higher Ed. We celebrated one million downloads of the podcast with episode 250 and a profile in ..read more
Teaching in Higher Ed by Bonni Stachowiak - 3M ago
I have enjoyed seeing various members of the higher education community write about what has happened in their lives over the course of ..read more
I tend to still feel nervous when I travel. When I was in my twenties, I took a trip to London. Somehow, in the fog of the morning ..read more
This article on How to Get Students to Join You for Office Hours was originally posted on the EdSurge website and is reposted here with ..read more

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