Formative and summative assessment are two complementary ways of assessing student progress. Each assessment provides different insights and actions for educators.
Organizations often thrive or fail based on their ability to work as a team. In this article, we’re diving into the true value of collaboration in education.
Ever wondered what it’s like to create a bilingual publication? VIEWS works to facilitate language equality and bridge the gap between interpreters and clients.
Gearing up for a semester of online teaching? Here are some areas of consideration to help you reform your curriculum to an online environment.
Studies have shown that feedback literacy is one of the most important elements of learning and that students are generally starved for good feedback. When I first began teaching, I knew that feedback was essential in helping students identify errors and improve. In my own educational journey, the teachers I loved the most were those that took the time to give constructive feedback. As I began to teach, I gave as much feedback as I could—only to find that my feedback was not effective. I thought that some of my students didn’t care, I gave my feedback too late, or what I provided was...
Whatever your program plans on doing this fall, you need to use your tools and resources effectively to foster online student engagement.
Giving feedback that's effective requires a careful strategy. Here’s a list of tips and research-backed techniques to make your feedback count.
If you've never taught ASL online before, this guide is filled with ideas to help you make the transition and move your ASL course completely online.
Signing, interacting with the Deaf community, and getting to know other deaf people can help Codas appreciate their upbringing and find pride in their identity.
Every April 15 we celebrate National ASL Day! Here are 10 fun ways you can observe the holiday and honor the proud history of ASL.