- Celebrating Innovative Uses of Technology in Teaching
- Change: It Don’t Come Easy!
- Clinical Teaching Tip: Critical Reflection
- Clinical Teaching Tip: Feedback that Creates Change
- Communicating with Your Large Lecture Class
- Congratulations to the 2017 Teaching with Technology Award Winners
- Congratulations to the 2018 Teaching with Technology Award Recipients!
- Creating Epic Finales or Limping Across the Finish Line
- Faculty Seminars on Teaching with Technology
- Faculty Spotlight on Dual Modality – Rebecca Shakespeare
- First Impressions are Lasting Impressions: The First Day of Class
- Flipping the Classroom to Encourage “Real Time” Learning in Medical Histology
- Fostering Inclusion and Equity in Remote Teaching
- Four High Impact Practices for Designing More Equitable Assessments
- From Classroom Lecture to Live Online
- Inclusive Assessment: Equal or Equitable?
- Inclusive Excellence in STEM Teaching: Samuel Thomas
- Inclusive Teaching Tips (Big and Small!) From P3’s Student Partners
- Incorporating Open Educational Resources (OER) into your teaching
- Incorporating Technology to Provide Students with “Baby Step” Skill Development Practice
- Innovative Opportunities for Student-Centered Dance Teaching: Jaclyn Waguespack
- Instructional Technology for Student Engagement in Learning Anatomy
- Integrating Anti-Racist Teaching Practices into Your Course
- Integrating Inclusive and Sustainable Assessments in your Online Teaching from Beginning to End
- Interdisciplinary Student Collaboration Yields Great Benefits
- Is the Classroom Lecture Becoming Extinct or Simply Evolving?
- Part I: Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Instruction
- Part II: Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Instruction for different Instructional Formats
- Preparing for fall 2020
- Preparing for the Election and Its Aftermath With Your Students
- Preparing for Winter Weather and Campus Closures
- Preparing for Your First Day of Remote Teaching
- Preparing for Your First Day of Teaching – Fall 2020
- Psychological First Aid: Resources for Faculty in Higher Education
- Pulling Out All the Stops: Engaging Students in Learning Computer Science
- Putting a Puzzle Together: How classrooms are scheduled for AS&E courses
- Ready to Try a New Teaching with Technology Practice?
- Reflections on Using Poll Everywhere and Flipping a Lecture to Increase Student Engagement
- Register for the University-Wide Teaching Conference
- Remote Teaching at Tufts in Response to the Health Crisis
- Rethinking Class Sessions to Teach a Difficult Concept
- See how OT Lecturer Peggy Morris Prepares for Snow Days with WebEx
- Seven Bricks to Lay the Foundation for Productive Difficult Dialogues
- Sign up for Mid-Term Feedback to Improve Student Learning this Semester
- Simulating Clinical Encounters in an Occupational Therapy Class
- Strategies for Engaging Individual Learners in a Large Lecture Course
- Strategies for Improving Reading Questions
- Structuring Student Reflections with Mini WordPress Websites
- Student Driven Technologies for Team Based Learning
- Student Engagement in Large Classes with Poll Everywhere
- Students in the Room and Students on Zoom: Tufts Faculty Experience Dual Modality Instruction
- Success with VoiceThread in the Pain Research, Education and Policy Program
- Summer Reading Picks: Reflecting on Teaching
- Supporting Trans and Gender-Nonbinary Students
- Surprises, Challenges, and Successes In My First Year at Tufts
- Taking Notes: is the pen mightier than the keyboard? It depends!
- Teaching and Learning Engagements at Tufts
- The “Unmet Student”: Thoughts on Teaching a Massive Open Online Course
- The Benefits of Mindfulness in the Classroom (especially during stressful times)
- The Ideal of the Common: The Importance of Perspective and Diversity in Students’ Intellectual Development
- Tufts Library’s Remote Resources for Faculty and Students
- Ways to Engage Students when Teaching Remotely with Zoom
- Welcome to Teaching @ Tufts
- What is Critical Thinking?
- What is YOUR Perspective on Teaching?
- What’s Working for Students in Fall 2020?
- Winter is Coming: Tips for Instructional Continuity
- Words Matter in Our Work Against Racism
- Working In-Depth after Flipping Certain Lectures
- Working with Teaching and Learning Assistants Remotely
- Writing and Revising Multiple Choice Questions