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Join Dr. Beth Osborne from Florida State University as she shares an example of a performance project that serves as a model to plan, scaffold, guide, and assess non-majors to ensure group and individual accountability.
Join Professor Jodie Lawston of California State University, San Marcos to explore how to balance the macro and the micro levels in the classroom, with an emphasis on empowering our students to engage with the social structure of society.
Join Professor James S. Miller of University of Wisconsin-Whitewater to discuss practical strategies for teaching students to identify, analyze and respond to the role that algorithms play in shaping their reading and writing process.
Join Jon Burlew, Associate Dean of Humanities, Fine Arts, and Social Sciences at Somerset Community College, to hear about how using Inclusive Access to deliver course materials has improved students’ outcomes. Jon will be joined by Dina Yankelewitz, Program Outcomes Analytics Manager at Pearson, who will discuss Inclusive Access Case Studies where student achievement has been impacted.
Join Dr. Terri Moore, Eastern Florida State College, to explore confidence in the classroom, and hear firsthand how Revel helps identify — in real-time — where students feel they are struggling with their coursework, which allows us to offer just-in-time remediation. This, in turn, boosts students’ confidence and improves their overall academic success.
Join Professor Christine Alfano, Stanford University, to discuss a multimodal upgrade to the research log assignment, reimagining it as inviting students to work across different modes (visual, audio, textual) to become more mindful and rhetorically savvy participants in larger scholarly conversations.
Join Professor Kathleen McWhorter, Niagara County Community College, to explore why and how reading digital text differs from reading print text, and strategies you can share with students to enable them to read more actively and critically.
Join Dr. Brooke Whisenhunt, Missouri State University, and Dr. Danae Hudson, Missouri State University, as they share five (new) and memorable teaching strategies you can implement in your classroom today.
Join Dr. Lisa Shin, Tufts University, and Dr. Sam Sommers, Tufts University, as they highlight the results from two research studies that were conducted to assess psychology students’ reactions to using an e-text and the effects of textbook medium on engagement and comprehension.
Join Professor Tristan Bridges, University of California, Santa Barbara, to explore how to effectively utilize qualitative and quantitative data in the classroom, and best practices to engage students.
Join Jodie Lawston, California State University, San Marcos, to explore practical, easy to implement tools — including digital resources — that instructors can use to teach structure and agency, while creating a more dynamic learning experience for sociology students.
Revel™ is so simple to use, a course can be set up in less than 10 minutes. But don’t just take our word for it. Check out this 30-minute webinar with instructor Terri Moore, and learn how quickly and easily you can get started using Revel in your classroom.