When training and developing new faculty, words like best practices, pedagogy/andragogy, student engagement, and retention are bandied about quite a bit. While these things are important and certainly need to be addressed, I find new faculty also need to know more practical aspects of what it means to teach for any given college or university. No matter the subject matter taught, navigating various collegiate landscapes can become difficult and confusing, especially when adjuncting at a variety of institutions. So, what do new faculty need to know during this time of adjustment?
This article will help program directors build a safety net cradle the concerns of the online teaching staff. Great tips for managers!
Adjunct Faculty – History – Social Science – Online
Master’s Degree from a nationally, regionally or identified at the state level accredited institution of higher education, with 18 graduate hours in History is required. Programs should be from a research based university. In addition, graduate coursework must align with History courses listed in the CTC college catalog
Teach History online for this Texas based school.
In this article, we will walk you through the features of some of the interactive video tools that can take learning experience to a different level. Also we have included, at the end, a feature comparison table for the various tools.
This tool review article should spark some ideas on how to make your videos more effective.
New data from a survey of more than 37,000 educators revealed that first-year teachers aren’t using tech in the classroom as much as their more experienced colleagues even though they have a higher opinion of their own technological abilities.
New teachers need technology integration training (even if they don’t know it).
Check out the favorite tips and tricks for implementing successful group projects in k-12, university and work settings.
Groups are great… when they work. Improve your understanding of how to make groups work by reading the useful resources in this UW-Stout newsletter.
This data source provides historical and current measures of institutional adoptions, allowing new insights into how the market has worked and current trends.
This infographic shows the growth of various LMS over the years. Important for those thinking about acquiring an LMS or changing from their current system.
In a recent conversation, a colleague asked, “Once you and your client have agreed on a branching scenario approach, how do you get started writing it? How do you get from the broad concept of training on X topic to actually creating the scenario?”
Designing a branching scenario is a significant challenge. This concise article will help you organize your thinking.