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Initiating Reform to Alleviate the Burden that Higher Education Creates for Disabled Students and Faculty

Initiating Reform to Alleviate the Burden that Higher Education Creates for Disabled Students and Faculty By Dr....

Fall 2020 Vista Higher Learning Virtual Conference (VHLVC) Recap

The goal of the VHL Virtual Conference that concluded in October was to bring educators together on topics that unify...
Webinar

VHL is proud to share these three webinar series to ease your transition to remote teaching

The evolving situation with COVID-19 has caused a rapid shift to remote teaching and learning at many schools and...
Pale mountains

I siti patrimonio dell’umanità

In terms of size, Italy is definitely a small country: its total area is 116,350 square miles (or 301.340 chilometri...

Learning Languages: How to Inspire Students

By Andreina Ibarra Learning a language is not easy, which is why the teacher's ability to motivate his or her...

Teaching for the Long Term Memory, Part 2

By Krista Chambless In my webinar “Teaching for Long-Term Memory Part 1” I present the first 3 steps of...

Top Ten Tips to Help Your Students Study From Home

Here are the top ten tips to help college students study from home. With every announcement, you could provide student...

How do I teach communicatively in an online course?

Just because you do not see your students face to face, you can still deliver a highly communicative class with a...

How Do I Help Avoid Student Cheating in My Online Course?

Teachers often are concerned that students working online might be prone to cheat on homework and assessments. Here...

How Do I Personalize My Teaching in an Online Course?

Keep students engaged, alert, and on task by personalizing the learning activities with video, audio, and...