Lisa Lindquist of Richard Bland College of William and Mary, demonstrates hand-on activities which can help students develop their writing skills.
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One of the difficult things about teaching speaking is that you can’t see it. MeetELT’s ‘Speakeasy’ event tried to take the intangible nature of speaking and turn it into something a little more practical.
Nine Navitas staff were recently awarded HEA Fellowships. They join a growing community which now includes 100,000 HEA Fellows from 88 countries.
Dan O’Donohue shares quick tips to make Moodle pages easier to read for students, teachers and administration.
Robert Daudet and Sharla Reid showcase ‘Navitas NA – Recipes for Success’ – a box of recipe cards with initiatives for improving the student experience throughout the student lifecycle.
Dr Lincoln Gomes reflects on the benefits of internationalised PD in bringing teacher communities together through shared experiences.
Rachel Maissan and Fiona Perry discuss the development of a revised peer observation process, the Digital Peer Observation process.
Dr Catherine Sicurella shares tips for when and how to revise new material to effectively retain information.
Kat Karaivonova shares three tools and some practical suggestions to help with formative assessment in the classroom.
The University of Idaho GSSP’s Spring 2018 Lecture Series: Supporting excellence in teaching international students and English language learners.
Introducing UMass Lowell’s Pair-Up Program, a student cultural exchange program bridging the gap between international and domestic students through mutual interests.
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Alyce Hogg introduces some simple and accessible curation and automation tools to help students streamline the process of managing online reading resources.
When fascinating numbers and graphs fail to inspire others into action, it is worth venturing beyond the comforts of quantitative analysis, writes Yindta Whittington.
There are a variety of learning activities to help keep students engaged over time that you can consider adding to your lesson plan.