Teaching

Westminster Participates in National Effort for Competency-based Education

As Westminster College develops its competency-based education (CBE) programs, it looks at what students must be able to accomplish at the conclusion. Westminster’s CBE...   Read More

Technology and Intercampus Teaching Expand Networks, Opportunities

Although technology can require a learning curve and at times bring us to new levels of frustration, it inarguably yields significant benefits. That sentiment...   Read More

Innovative Teaching Spotlight: Using Active Learning to Teach International Humanitarian Law

Sometimes innovative teaching means hiring a sniper and being left behind on the battlefield. But it’s all worth it for Valparaiso University Assistant Professor...   Read More

Undergraduate Research – and Faculty Mentoring – Opens Doors to the Future

When Megan King started her undergraduate research, she had expectations – and a solid hypothesis – of what her research would yield. Her hypothesis...   Read More

U.S. Professor of the Year: Samford’s Chew Recognized for Quality in the Classroom

When Samford University psychology professor Stephen Chew wrestled with the question, “What are my students really learning?” he decided to put theory into practice....   Read More

NAC&U Awarded Grant to Prepare and Evaluate Faculty

The Teagle Foundation’s Board of Directors has awarded a $15,000 planning grant to The New American Colleges and Universities for the project, “Preparing and...   Read More

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