Feedback Fruits has built their suite of tools around the belief that skills like critical thinking and higher-order thinking can be cultivated through active learning. These tools will allow instructors to easily design complex activities by standardizing some of […]
In a study that looked at previous outcomes of more than 7,700 higher education students, researchers at two universities in Australia noticed overall improvements in learning when students viewed taped lectures or edited audio/visual clips […]
HonorLock is a premium proctoring platform designed to prioritize prevention over detection. HonorLock is easy to use for faculty and students and is provided at no cost to students. Here are some HonorLock features: The […]
In this study, Dr. Andrew Feldstein and Dr. Linda A discuss how different Yellowdig board settings and instructor interventions have an effect on the participation and engagements of students.
In Campus Technology‘s second annual Teaching with Technology Survey, faculty were asked how they feel about tech in the classroom, where they go for IT support and more. “84 percent of respondents said they are […]
“The social requirement of the age of networked individuals is to be connected and findable”.(Wellman and Rainie 2012) Networked Individualism, as described in their 2012 book has arisen from a confluence of events they identify […]