“What’s no longer deemed as effective is lecturing compared to the alternative of active learning. Many faculty members don’t use much active learning even though many now acknowledge that they should. This article offers four ways to get started or to move forward in your use of active learning.”
Lots to learn from the website “Verbal to Visual” about visual note taking and online teaching.
Drafting a novel in a month is great training for perseverance and overcoming procrastination.
Learn more about Adobe Spark, a new, web-based and free tool for the creation of great-looking videos, web pages, and static images. A great visual storytelling tool.
In which two Princeton professors introduce how they used “argument mapping” to help students learn to think in ways particular to their discipline.
If you write, if you teach writing, if you encourage any other people to write, you (and they) should have Scrivener. You can get it here for Macs, for Windows, and now for smartphones. It costs about $40 and is worth every penny. It will change your writing life. From The New York Times: “Our redeemer […]