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Christopher G. Bona is adjunct faculty at Purdue University’s Brian Lamb School of Communication. He teaches a mix of business and communications courses.
Barriers and Breakthroughs
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College instructors can help play a role and guide students with the decision of selecting a major.
Students learn better when they are passionate about learning.
Determining grades can be a complex mix of quantitative and subjective analysis, as well as factoring overall student performance.
The college professor-student relationship can be a wonderful, enriching experience that makes lasting impressions on students amidst the crucible of higher education.
Now is a good time to shake things up with a post-pandemic pedagogy for the new school year.
This Fall, head back to school feeling renewed and recharged for the year.
A new white paper from McGraw Hill on how institutions can take more meaningful action to bring education for all to all students.
The latest procrastination study reveals the risks more accurately than previous research and offers insights to help struggling students.
There's a lot to consider when you're new to teaching at a college or university. Find a step-by-step guide on the key considerations to setting up your class.
The pandemic has created opportunities for instructors to flex new skills. Getting creative with how to get to know students and learning new technology, are just a couple of tips that can help.
Now more than ever, it is important to help students succeed beyond getting good grades. These tips can encourage students to find success in their personal and academic lives.
One instructor shares how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed their perspective on what it means to be a great instructor.
Getting hired requires more than an amazing resume. Knowing what you want and how you can get there is a part of the process too.
Setting clear standards and criteria makes it easier for students to know what instructors are looking for as well as making assignments easier to grade.
As educators, you play a key role in preparing students for the future. Here are ways to build confidence and gain understanding as students prepare for the next step.
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