Fall 2019 EDvice Round-up

Jeff Rients, Center for the Advancement of Teaching
"Roundup #2," oil, 1913. C.M. Russell

A lot of wonderful educators contributed to the EDvice Exchange during the Fall 2019 semester. In case you missed an article, here's the complete list. Watch for more great content in the Spring!


Finding the Joy in Teaching - Stephanie Fiore

Making Time for Formative Feedback - Katherine Miscavige

Everyone Can Contribute to Student Well-Being - Temple Wellness Resource Center

Connecting Writing, Revision, and Thinking in the Classroom - Ali Aslam

Flipping the Classroom - Brian Thomson

Effective Learning through Practice, Skill-building, and Feedback - Taylor Halverson and Mike Johnson

Journaling for Professional Development - Jeff Rients

Strategies that Support the Development of Critical Thinking - Claudia J. Stanny

Encouraging Completion of Pre-Class Assignments with the Roll of a Die - Shawn Simonson

Are Your Assignments Renewable or Disposable? - Bob Casper

Blended, Hybrid, and Flipped Courses: What’s the Difference? - Ariel Siegelman

Using “Reacting to the Past” Role-Playing Games to Foster Vigorous Active Learning - Genevieve Amaral

Building Relationships with Students - Laurie Friedman


Image "Roundup #2" painted by Charles Marion Russell (1913), public domain image from Wikimedia Commons.
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