Higher Education Career Advice

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The forced experiment in hybrid and online education due to COVID-19 has called into question a host of generally accepted teaching practices, write Soulaymane Kachani, Catherine Ross and Amanda Irvin.

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June 15, 2021
The pandemic and racial justice crisis demand we lead differently, write Karlyn Crowley and Jay Roberts. While some old rules still apply, they come with new meaning and inherent contradictions.
June 14, 2021
While it has some value when it comes to developing innovative approaches, grad students and others can usually benefit from curbing or controlling it, writes Kay Kimball Gruber.
June 11, 2021
We often seek professional development to become better instructors. Among many other benefits, each course can provide firsthand lessons about different teaching techniques, writes Jean Coltharp.
June 10, 2021
In an era of downsizings and eliminations, our belief in that contract and how we view our professional identities are key to moving ahead as a cohesive, united faculty, writes Brian Peterson.
June 9, 2021
As colleges and universities return to in-classroom teaching, what practices that emerged during the pandemic will carry over? Shigeru Miyagawa and Meghan Perdue offer some answers.  



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