Lesson Planning with Balance in Mind During the Troubled Times of COVID-19

Due to coronavirus COVID-19, schools are asking teachers to continue the learning — with little professional development in distance or online education. The pressures on family dynamics in these troubled times reminds us that we must recognize and address Maslow’s … Read More

Continued Learning in the Wake of COVID-19

Due to coronavirus COVID-19, schools around the country are canceling in-person classes and shifting to distance or online education to continue the learning — with little time to plan and prepare staff, families, or students. There are many tough questions … Read More

Inclusive Design for Education: ALL IN

Inclusive design for education is no longer the future it is the present. With accessibility at the forefront of lesson design, many instructors are realizing that accessibility not only helps the students that require the accommodation, but also helps ALL … Read More

Teaching Styles for Non-Traditional Students

When you picture a typical college classroom, what do you see? Most people would imagine students between the ages of 18 and 22 experiencing college for the first time. But nearly 74% of undergraduate students do not fit into that … Read More

Ditch Your Textbook: Using SoftChalk to Incorporate OERs Into Your Course

With textbook prices constantly climbing, the need for affordable alternatives has become a high priority for both educators and learners. But how can you reduce or remove the need for a course textbook while still ensuring the learners have access … Read More

Tackling Textbook Affordability: Save Students $78K using OERs

As textbook prices are increasingly on the rise, students are having to make tough decisions when it comes to their education. Some are choosing not to purchase the required textbook in order to save money, but how does that impact … Read More