“Transforming Your Online Teaching from Crisis to Community,” Inside Higher Ed

On March 11, 2020, Inside Higher Ed published an article that Cathy N. Davidson and I coauthored in response to the current coronavirus crisis, #CovidCampus, and the like, titled, "Transforming Your Online Teaching from Crisis to Community." In the article, we write: "The biggest takeaway from the research on effective teaching online is that we … Continue reading “Transforming Your Online Teaching from Crisis to Community,” Inside Higher Ed

Entry & Exit Tickets: A Way to Share in the Intellectual Growth of Students

This is the third post of a series on Progressive Pedagogy in which I very briefly summarize a pedagogical theory and offer an exercise (or two) that you can use in your classroom to put that theory into practice. To read the original post, published on March 4, 2019 on HASTAC.org, click here. bell hooks … Continue reading Entry & Exit Tickets: A Way to Share in the Intellectual Growth of Students