Active learning techniques range from quick-and-simple interventions to semester-long redesigns of course structure and delivery.
Students largely now use libraries for study and revision, rather than access to books. Libraries without books are becoming increasingly commonplace.
In this extract from our new e-book, Professor David Yearwood from the University of North Dakota talks about his replacement for final exams: group projects, and graded questions.
The problem of student boredom is at least as old as the classroom itself. And technology, rather than helping to solve this issue, is onl..
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The third instalment of The Modern Educator e-book series profiles nine modern educators and their innovative uses of Top Hat’s classroo..
The proliferation of personal technology has allowed modern educators to implement student-centric pedagogies for more effective teachin..