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Do you feel challenged, or are you bothered, by students who use their computers or smartphones in class for things other than learning what you are teaching that day? In his latest blog, Jean-Pascal Beaudoin, an educational developer at the Centre for University Teaching, shares tips and resources ...
Effective teaching is about communicating and interacting wisely with students: Integrating substance and style to your messages allow you to optimize learning by supporting intellectual excitement and interpersonal rapport. Indeed, students learn best when instructors are interested and interesting...