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March 31, 2016

What's Your Teaching Philosophy? 

Still frame: "My teaching philosophy is..."

This week we invite you to share your thoughts on teaching. After a professor blogged about his personal teaching philosophy statement, we want to hear from other educators. Leave a comment on The 'Q' Blog

Also: Visit our new Tour a Module page! With dynamic videos, questionnaires, and instructor resources, you'll get an inside glimpse at what makes ACUE's learning design so innovative. Have questions? Email us: info@acue.org. 

News in brief

The latest news and opinions in higher education.

If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. A psychology professor uses SnapChat to help his students ace their exams. (NPR)


We’re proud that two institutions recognized in a new national report are ACUE Partners: Rutgers University – Newark and Florida International University. (The Q)


Report: Professors of law, business and engineering are the top-paid faculty in higher education. (Inside Higher Ed)


A veteran researcher shares six research-based tips to help students develop more effective learning strategies. (Scholarly Teacher)


 


Standardized testing could be coming to higher education. If that happens, a new paper argues, faculty and administrators must lead the development. (Education Dive)


Many students dislike writing. Change their attitudes by giving them choice and encouraging more collaboration, a professor advises. (Faculty Focus)


‘A’ for effort? ‘A’ is by far the most common grade at 4-year and 2-year institutions, according to a grade inflation database updated this week. (Insider Higher Ed)


Instructors should rely on more than just speech and the written word when it comes to communication, argues a new study from North Carolina State University. (Inside Higher Ed)


Laying it out there: One professor publishes his teaching philosophy for public comment. (The Q)

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