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Socratic Questioning

November 9th, 2020 by
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This teaching strategy uses questions to guide students thinking and understanding. It provokes new ideas and understanding. This short video provides some strategies to implementing this approach in your teaching.

Teaching Philosophy

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Reasons to formulate a teaching philosophy are for your teaching portfolio, CV, personal growth, and to communicate to students. This short video provide guidance and tips on how to create and enhance your teaching philosophy.

Using Video to Provide Student Feedback

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Video is an effective feedback tool that allows for personalization. It is less ambiguous. This video provides some examples and best practices for using video in your courses.

Improving End of Course Observations Through Student Feedback

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This video provide ways to leverage student feedback and end of course observations to improve your teaching.

Interpreting Turnitin Reports

November 9th, 2020 by
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Turnitin Similiarity Report

Turnitin is a tool that can help identify plagiarism. This video provides guidance on how to read a similarity report.

Using your Class Roster

November 9th, 2020 by
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You can leverage the class Roster for more than just taking attendance. The Roster can be used to take notes about student performance and track their activities. This video covers how to configure and use the Roster.

Managing Group Projects

October 27th, 2020 by
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This article provides several tips for successfully implementing group projects in your class. The short video provides some strategies as well.

What is iTeachER?

March 30th, 2020 by
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To teach online for ERAU-W, you are required to complete the iTeachER course. This article explains the onboarding process and provides some information about the iTeachER experience and includes a short video about the iTeachER experience.

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