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Want to be a better teacher? Employ the techniques of science to analyze your own teaching, improve it, and contribute to the teaching community.
Science prof in the field with students: white suits, blue gloves
Want to be a better teacher? Employ the techniques of science to analyze your own teaching, improve it, and contribute to the teaching community.
Students at desks in classroom, discussing together
Four questions to help your students think and reflect on what you're teaching
Screenshot from an ePortfolio platform. Image courtesy of Megan O'Connor.
In Part 1, we got an overview of ePortfolios' uses and platforms. Today we'll look at their pedagogy and assessment.
Screenshot from an ePortfolio platform. Image courtesy of Megan O'Connor.
Considering ePortfolios? This two-part series gives you a specialist’s insights on choosing them and using them. Today we'll give you an overview of ePortfolios' teaching value and platforms.
Four students discussing in a group in a classroom. Photo by Rod Searcey for Stanford VPTL.
Tools and tactics to make group learning work well in your classroom.
Two grad students outside, talking, listening
How Stanford's BioEngineering improved its TA training with a strong mentor program, including videorecording and consultation.
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