Transforming Teaching & Learning

Grading in a Pandemic (Still)

Colleges adopted an array of flexible assessment policies because of COVID-19 last spring. Many are reverting to their normal practices this fall -- though the term will be anything but.

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Ensuring Instructional Continuity
in a Potential Pandemic

Could your campus continue to educate its students if a health crisis forced you to shut down for weeks? Shawn M. Krahmer, Ginette McManus and Rajneesh Sharma explain the steps they've taken.

Students, Professors and Politics

Some students do feel political pressure from their professors, but few change their views.

Coronavirus Forces
Universities Online

Compelled to close their campuses to limit the spread of coronavirus, U.S. universities with Chinese branches move at lightning speed to take teaching online.

Is Students' Early Career Success Their Professors' Problem?

A new paper asserts the faculty's obligation to embrace "career-relevant instruction." What exactly does that mean, for professors and students?

And Civics Literacy for All

Purdue's Mitch Daniels thinks civics knowledge should be a graduation requirement. Many faculty members agree.


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