The goal of this project is to provide an online resource for students that teaches helpful skills for coping with difficult emotions (e.g., anxiety, sadness/homesickness, anger.) Research suggests that healthy emotional coping is a protective factor that may prevent the development of common mental disorders, like anxiety and depression, during times of stress.
In this course, you will learn about the “teaching as research” framework. This framework is a deliberate, systematic, and reflective use of research methods used to develop and implement teaching practices that advance the learning experiences and outcomes of both students and teachers.
This course is designed to provide future STEM faculty, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows with an introduction to effective teaching strategies and the research that supports them.
This course is specifically designed with the AP Spanish test in mind. If you are preparing for that test, this course should help you. If you’re just interested in a course in basic Spanish, at the level of an upper-year high school or introductory college course, this course should also serve you well.
The coaching program was established in 2016 using the model that was developed at MGH about 6-7 years ago by Dr. Kerri Palamara. The idea was to incorporate professional development coaching into residency for the purpose of helping residents though this extremely challenging time in the formation of their professional identity and to help in their well being.
BULB (BU Learning Blocks) is a WordPress plugin for the creation of interactive learning content. It allows the creation of open educational resources (such as open textbooks) using the leading open web platform, to save textbook costs both for BU students and for students around the world. Content created in BULB can be conveniently updated to allow access to current materials for lifelong learners after graduation.
This course teaches you the tools and techniques to become a data-driven or “evidence-based” manager, providing both a hands-on introduction to the concepts, methods and processes of business analytics as well as an introduction to the use of analytics as the basis for creating a competitive advantage.
Collaborate.Health is a project to promote and sustain practice-based teaching led by Jacey Greece, Clinical Associate Professor and James Wolff, Associate Professor at the Boston University School of Public Health. The mission of Collaborate.Health is to solve pressing public health challenges and advance the field of public health by: 1. Establishing and maintaining meaningful relationships between professionals within partner organizations and BUSPH students and faculty, 2. Providing partner organizations with high-quality deliverables tailored to fit their priorities and client base, and 3. Engaging students in current public health problems and preparing them for leadership within the field.
The Boston University College of Communication (COM) seeks to expand the circle of learners it serves to include lifelong learners from their teen years through their adult lives. To become a hub for developing critical communications career skills in diverse communications areas, COM will create a coherent brand and efficiencies of scale in administration, education delivery platforms, marketing, registration, and referrals.