Here are a few L&T related blogs that might be of interest. With thanks to Macie Hall, Senior Instructional Designer at the Center for Educational Resources, Johns Hopkins University for kicking this off.
- Vanderbilt mathematics professor Derek Bruff’s Agile Learning – ed tech, visual thinking, student motivation, faculty development, how people learn, social media, and more
- Faculty Focus HE teaching strategies
- Pedagogy Unbound practical strategies for learning
- Tomorrow’s Professor online faculty development 100 times per year
- Teaching Tidbits, hosted by the Mathematical Association of America, offered assistance with problems math instructors face, but many of the posts were relevant more broadly e.g., 5 Ways to Respond When Students Offer Incorrect Answer, How Transparency Improves Learning. The blog is now retired, but the posts are archived.
- Mark Connolly’s (Associate Research Scientist, Wisconsin Center for Education Research, University of Wisconsin School of Education) STEM Professor Newsletter. This, like Tomorrow’s Professor, is an email subscription.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education now offers the Teaching Newsletter. The link will take you to a page where you can subscribe as well as see back editions with articles such as What Podcasts Can Teach Us About Teaching, When Your Course Suddenly Needs an Overhaul, How One Teaching Expert Activates Students’ Curiosity, and The 5 Tips for Student Success That a Longtime Instructor Swears By.
- Jesse Stommel’s blog explores topics such as ungrading and OER.
If you have a favourite L&T blog, please share!