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Infographic: Active Learning Tech Tools for Remote Teaching

Here are the top 10 tech tools to use in your classroom to promote active learning.

March 25, 2022

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Infographic: How to Create Discussion Opportunities

Here are some tips by Dr. Analisa McMillan to make sure you facilitate an impactful discussion that showcases your students’ critical thinking skills.

March 24, 2022

How to Make Your Teaching More Engaging

An Advice Guide from the Chronicle of Higher Education By Sarah Rose Cavanagh Consider a student in an introductory math class — let’s call him Alex. Alex had some unpleasant experiences with math in high school. When he got to college, he tested into a math course below the level that would count toward his […]

January 13, 2021

Infographic: Join the Resistance Against Microaggression

Practicing microresistance is the best way to combat microaggression and foster a safe and inclusive environment for all. Check out this infographic to find out how to take a stand against microaggression using the A.C.T.I.O.N. method.   Download a printable version   No ratings yet. Please rate this Sample rating item

August 14, 2018

Infographic: How to Spot Microaggressions

You don’t need binoculars to spot microaggressions. Although slight, they happen every day all around us. Do you know how to spot a microaggression? Read the infographic to find out–awareness is a vital first step!   Download a printable version   No ratings yet. Please rate this Sample rating item

August 10, 2018

Remediation: IAMSE Online Open Access Learning Seminars

Take advantage of the free Remediation in Health Sciences Education sessions, brought to you by the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). The four-part series features an array of remediation topics, including: Trust and Remediation: Entrustable Professional Activities and Trust Decisions Sharing Assessment Information: Why, How, and What to Consider Remediation of Gaps in Clinical Skills […]

July 2, 2018

Infographic — Multiple-Choice Questions: Problems & Solutions

Though multiple-choice questions are used heavily in academic assessments, how well do these questions actually assess knowledge? Sure, these questions are easy to grade, remove potential grader bias, and allow for broad topics, but structural problems in multiple-choice questions create the need for a solution. Check out this infographic for an easy solution to your problematic multiple-choice […]

June 28, 2018

Group Work vs. Collaborative Learning: Is There a Difference?

With a push toward student-centered learning environments, group activities are becoming an everyday part of the classroom. The goal is to create a more engaging structure, transforming the teacher from a lecturer into a guide as students work together to explore problems and learn. The collaboration of students creates engagement, commitment, and better learning outcomes. […]

May 9, 2018

Free Sessions: Self-Directed Learning in Medical School Curricula

Medical information is rapidly expanding and accessibility to information through technology has become commonplace. To combat information overload with the help of technology, it is vital that medical universities equip learners with self-directed learning skills. So as schools revise and create new curricula, they must now provide new ways for students to understand information — on […]

April 3, 2018

The 5 Most Helpful Blog Posts to Help You FLIP It!

FLIP methods are an effective way to bring hands-on, interactive learning to the classroom and get students more involved. Find the tools you’ll need to foster a flipped environment by reading these handy and informative guides from Barbi Honeycutt, PhD. Avoid These Five Rookie Mistakes When Flipping Your Class We all have to start from the beginning, but you […]

January 9, 2018