University teaching award winner Bill Anderson talks about ways to promote creativity by getting students to make predictions.
We wrap our brains around concept and mind maps in this episode of Let's Talk Teaching.
Associate Professor Erin Mikulec stops by CTLT to showcase exciting opportunities for faculty interested in teaching and research overseas.
Literacy means more than reading and writing. We explore the topic while previewing the 2018 Teaching & Learning Symposium.
Rubrics can take the pain out of assessing student work, including writing.
Discover how a scholarly approach to one's own teaching ultimately helps students become better learners.
Collaborative writing may sound daunting, but it's actually something most of us do in our professions.
We discuss the challenges of a new course prep as Claire begins working on her first undergraduate class in years.
Read the syllabus, get out early… right? Wrong!…
As learning shifts increasingly on the web, the pressure is on teachers to make sure online resources are accessible for all students.