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For those dedicated teachers spending sunny summer days stuck in a lecture hall, here are nine pieces of “advice” (and one piece of actual advice).
Classroom flipping is particularly well suited to law, as it encourages discussion and problem solving, says Steven Penney of the University of Alberta.
Traditional institutions can learn from faith-based colleges that have clear mission statements supporting student engagement.
Professor Carl Braunlich explains the advantages that an interactive textbook has over print — it can be kept up-to-date, and contain tests and other learning management features.
In the first of a regular series, we look at Betsy DeVos’s actions as Secretary of State for Education–and we showcase the important developments you need to know.
The Fulbright scholarship data was released this month, and public schools have made a strong showing.
Professors can now choose whether to start the countdown for a question right away, or to trigger it manually.
Students’ attention holds better if you upturn expectations, says education author James Lang in our latest webinar.
How using Top Hat in a class of 200 hospitality students prepares them for a career in a sector that is already being changed by disruptive technology.
Our $22.5m of funding will help deliver new content right within the Top Hat platform, including everything professors need to teach their classes.
We’re thrilled to be nominated as one of the three finalists for TechVibes Canadian Startup of The Year.
Social media posting should be built into every academic’s daily work routine. Here’s how to use it without getting fired.