What makes a good college teacher today?

It’s easy to settle into routines, isn’t it?¬† It’s easy to teach largely the way we were taught. It’s easy to go with the tried and true.

But students change, and technology improves, and the art and craft and science of teaching and learning shifts.  This little article in Faculty Focus reminds us that we too should change, and improve, and shift if we want to get the best out of ourselves and our students.

Enjoy those six reminders of successful and enjoyable college teaching.

Picture credit: Attributed to Meliacin Master [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.¬† File provided by the British Library from its digital collections.¬†Illustration at the beginning of Euclid’s Elementa, in the translation attributed to Adelard of Bath. Photographic reproduction considered to be in the public domain.

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