Make it clear to your class how you are going to be using media and what you expect them to do while the media is being shown.Read More
Author: David Pecoraro
Our college students may not have that much experience handling stress. Here are tips for encouraging healthy habits and steering them toward campus resources when they need more help. Source: Health and Safety – How can I help my student manage stress? |...Read More
Conventional wisdom suggests the answer to this question is that the choice of major is the most important decision and consequently drives the career choice. Parents, friends, and some school personnel mistakenly have the student focus on a major. Consequently, the student is asked repeatedly…”What are you going to major in?” Rarely is the student Source: Career vs. Major…Which Comes...Read More
I have been talking often about the learning management system (LMS), Canvas, these past few days. We are switching over to it for the coming academic year, which, according to my calculations, starts in about two and a half seconds. One of the many features I appreciate about it is how easy it is to […] Source: How to create a video for a class – Teaching in Higher...Read More
Did you know you could get financial aid to attend college?
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA as it is commonly referred to, is a form that allows you to apply for financial aid to attend college.
It is open to applicants that are current or prospective students and importantly, needs to be applied for each academic year.
Family time is running out and your kid is going off to college this fall. It’s time to take a hard look at what tasks your teenager knows how to do and the ones they lack. It’s also important to realize what will make you feel better once they’re gone so you don’t worry needlessly.Read More