Two professors have developed a new teaching and learning philosophy that encourages more fun in higher education.
We need to reimagine our teaching practices.
These learning materials can be freely shared and usually allow for the ability to adapt them to meet student needs.
Use your concerns about ChatGPT and academic misconduct to redesign your courses to build academic integrity skills.
Large language models are here to stay, but they also present ethics and equity questions about their design, operationalization, and legacy that universities must consider.
Postsecondary institutions are playing catch up as generative AI and other emerging technologies make their way into student coursework.
Canada’s professoriate has become more diverse in terms of age, gender and race, but new data suggests those gains aren’t reaching the highest ranks.
Our students will work in a data-driven world. How can instructors ensure they have the skills they need to work with data responsibly?
The pandemic became a rare chance for academic creatives to witness the power of imagination and why it matters.
In the Students as Partners approach, instructors collaborate with students to develop a university course.
The Pay It Forward Assignment allows students to share their learning to help current and future students.
A survey of primarily teaching math faculty reveals the need for standardization to strengthen and support these integral contributors to undergraduate education.
The chat function allows students to be their own active Greek chorus in spaces where they might otherwise be passive.
This is the final instalment in our two-part series where experienced teaching assistants offer guidance to both first-timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
This is an opportunity to create value beyond an individual student’s learning.
By visualizing the end goal of a project or assignment from the get-go, students can clearly identify which steps are truly necessary.
Experienced teaching assistants offer guidance for first timers and veterans looking for new ideas.
A written agreement is a good way to clarify expectations and build trust.
Members of the university community share lessons they’ll carry with them after more than two years of upheaval from COVID-19.
A cross-institutional, open-source series helps graduate students and postdoctoral fellows articulate their teaching experiences for various career pathways.