ACSL is a low-prep, high-yield strategy with measurable results, and offers instructors practical, low-prep toolset for transforming traditional lectures into engaging student activities that increase student success
Presenting a “MINIMAL” approach to faculty training
My presentation that introduces an innovative, fully individualized "MINIMAL" approach to faculty training was accepted for the May '22 TEACHx Conference at Northwestern U. (click the title to read more...)
Does listening to music help learning?
That listening to music while studying (specifically, reading assigned content for comprehension) is good for you, is one of those myths that persist, despite irrefutable evidence to the contrary...
SIMPLE? How I missed the obvious (or maybe not, after all)
This is a short (and somewhat embarrassing, but instructively useful) post that reflects on a recent development in my work designing online courses... and shows how easy it is to assume that something is "obvious" (when it's not).
Future-proof your videos: occasional vs. content videos
To get the best results and not make your department go bankrupt in the process, separate course-content videos from occasional videos. This useful distinction deserves to get much more attention...