Tag: communication

  • Supporting Students’ Finals Prep

    By Marjorie Coffey, Asst. Director, Academic Success Center & Writing Center (ASC &WC) Last spring, I shared ways instructors could encourage and support students as they finished up their first term of remote learning. The most recent OSU Remote Learning Experience Student Survey tells us that remote learning still presents significant challenges for students, even […]

  • Long-Term Instructors Share Most Valuable Skills for Online Teaching

    by Mary Ellen Dello Stritto, Ph.D., Director, OSU Ecampus Research Unit The teaching and learning field is busy tackling the unprecedented challenges of emergency remote teaching, and planning for many possibilities of hybrid, blended, remote and online teaching and learning in the upcoming summer and fall terms. Many are looking to their colleagues who have […]

  • Encouraging and Supporting Students to Finish Spring Term

    by Marjorie Coffey, Assistant Director, OSU Academic Success Center All Academic Success Center (ASC) programs and services have been available remotely in spring. Through our program interactions and through OSU’s recent Remote Learning Experience Survey—completed by over 2900 undergraduate students—we’ve learned a lot about student experiences this term. I’d like to share some of those […]

  • Pop Quiz: What is better than a flipped classroom?

    by: Silas Townes, InstructorDepartment of Chemistry, Cascades Many educators have heard of or participated in the idea of flipped classrooms. The idea is to spend class time engaging with students in problem-solving instead of talking at them. Although good in principle, if not done properly, it can have a negative effect. (Jarvis, C 2020, “The […]

  • Show Your Work: Teaching Philosophies & Portfolios

    by: Shannon Hampton, InstructorCollege of Business, Design and Innovation Management What is the value of having a teaching philosophy and a portfolio? Today we learned in the T4 Presentation: Teaching Philosophies and Portfolios, the answer to this question and many more. 57% of people applying for faculty positions are using a portfolio in place of […]