infographic by Mindy McWilliams We’ve been talking a lot about cheating during the COVID era (including in our recent Higher Ed in the News Post). In fact, the statistics on academic integrity have long been disappointing—as others have noted, cheating has played a worrisome role in the educational experience for thousands of years—but the current… Read more »
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At CNDLS, we’ve been advocating for Teaching Goals for years; it’s much, much easier to teach effectively if you have a sense of where you want students to get by the end of the semester, and if you design backward from those goals. These days, most faculty consider this as they choose their readings and… Read more »
We often struggle to know how much work we are actually asking our students to do. In this blog post, we’re going to tell you about a tool, informed by research, that helps you to know how long it could take your students to complete the tasks you’ve assigned (reading, writing, exams/studying).