If you leave it to your class to decide on technological do’s and don’ts, you’ll absolve yourself from playing iPhone (or laptop) cop—and you might spark some useful discussions.
Giving students a mark for their classroom performance every two weeks might seem like a hassle, but it can motivate them—and save you work in the long run.
Here's a potential solution to one of the most pressing problems facing college teachers today: making sure your students stay conscious for an hour and 15 minutes.
It’s no fun cobbling together a teaching statement for your job dossier. But here’s the good news: That statement can become the blueprint for a successful syllabus.
Syllabus getting stale? Maybe it’s time to try letting your students select some of the readings.