In this Point of View, Dr. Deborah Breen, director of Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning, reflects on learning pathways to support the implementation of the Learn from Anywhere pedagogical model at BU.
In this Q&A, School of Theology and 2020 Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient Courtney T. Goto shares her experiences using the BU-sponsored ePortfolio platform in the classroom and how professionally, the technology became an important part of the Metcalf pre-award submission process.
The following Boston University resources were created to assist our BU faculty community transition to remote teaching and learning.
The Assessment and Remote Teaching Guide provides options and opportunities to help faculty decide on how to manage assessment tasks during periods of remote teaching.
Boston University’s EdTech Director defines the benefits of learning analytics and provides an overview of BU’s long term student learner analytics goals and objectives.
Blended learning is the strategic combination of face-to-face and online learning experiences. Learn more about the popular teaching method and get the tools needed for implementation.
The Center for Teaching & Learning highlights a variety of useful principals to create engaging classroom slides.
Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning highlights the top 5 most popular faculty guides—from flipping the classroom to interactive lecturing, and more.
In search of Blackboard Learn updates? Look no further. Dive into this list of new features and get the tools you need to help increase efficiency, ensure course accessibility, enhance assessment and grading capabilities and much more.
Educators face a number of limitations in traditional learning environments. Student engagement can be low because of the number of people in each class, and valuable time for reinforcing and discussing content can be lost in the rush to introduce new content. Learn how educational video can help instructors overcome these limitations.