When teaching in the online classroom, instructors must work hard to connect with students and set expectations for the course. Learn the benefits of technology and how to ask Socratic questions to enhance critical thinking.
Virtual internships are not new, but many more businesses began offering them in 2020 due to the pandemic and we’ve seen the same trend in 2021.
There are various factors to consider when selecting your academic program, such as exploring career options and the type of education you’ll need.
The underrepresentation of diversity in STEAM is not new. Rather, it has been discussed for more than 20 years as the STEAM pipeline deteriorates.
This is the fourth part in a series on the anatomy of human brains and how different structures of the brain collaborate to accomplish learning.
Let’s encourage literacy in all of its forms by engaging in poetry, by visiting libraries, and by dropping everything and reading.
Feedback is an important part of online learning. In this episode, learn how to garner feedback based on students’ work, tips on giving effective feedback, and why feedback is a critical part of the learning process for both students and teachers.
What prevents people from pursuing meaningful careers? In this episode, learn how to tune into your inner voice to identify your passion and strengths and actively start preparing to pursue career-life alignment with purpose and meaning.