On this episode, we discuss the 10 things you need to consider when thinking of going to college. The answers are not always as obvious as they seem.
There has been a lot of articles lately about how an online education does not stand up to the quality of a traditional education. The first thing that came to my mind was a question: Am I part of the problem? Or am I part of the solution?
There are two reasons why a student should reference the required reading in their assignments. The first reason is important from the perspective of the instructor, and the second reason is important from the perspective of the student.
There are many advantages to teaching online. Thanks to technology, one is I can work from almost anywhere, even when traveling or on vacation.
Something funny happened the other night. At the time, it was a bit irritating, but we can learn a lesson from almost any situation; even when ordering a pizza.
I have a bad habit. And that is I am constantly checking my email. What makes it worse is if I receive an email from one of my students, I want to respond to it right away. Is that a bad thing?
Coaches do almost all their teaching through feedback. Yes, grading is a requirement that must be done. However, grading is a minimal part of feedback. Dr. John Orlando gives an insider’s viewpoint taking us through the process of effective feedback.
It’s Sunday morning. Is it wrong that I want to check my email? Beth and I do our best to unplug from work on Sundays. We typically work five-and-a-half days a week, and sometimes six. So we make a conscious effort to take time off on Sunday to relax and do something else besides work. Even so, I am often tempted to check my email.