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Monthly Archive for March, 2018

With over half the semester completed, instructors are now in a good position to review their syllabi. How well does it serve the goals of the class? What elements  could use revision? What might you want to add to future syllabi? Today’s post will run through course policies you may want to adjust based on […]

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Writing a Course Description

How do you capture the attention of your students before they even set foot in your classroom? What makes an effective, enticing course description stand out from all the rest?   While you probably have seen dozens of course descriptions by this point in your academic career, you may not have put much thought into how […]

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Things to Do Over Spring Break

Reflect: Think back on the first half of your semester and write down 2-3 things that you think went really well and 2-3 things you think could have gone better. Reflect upon both the successes and shortcomings of your class and write down 2-3 things you might do in the second half of the semester […]

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Spring Break with Kaneb Center

Are you creating a course from scratch or interested in learning more about course design? Then make use of this spring break and come to the “Course Design Bootcamp” by Kaneb Center on March 12 & 13, 2018. At this intensive 2-day workshop, you’ll receive step-by-step guidance for imagining, planning, and designing a course that […]

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