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How to Thrive in College & Beyond: Student Workshop Series
How to Thrive in College & Your Career McGraw-Hill workshop series. 12 on-demand sessions to help you succeed in college and your career.
It’s Crazy to Think I’m Getting an "A" in Calculus
Adrian wasn't always sure that college was the right path for him. But with hard work and support, he found that he was a better student than he imagined.
It’s Time to Rethink How We Teach Today’s College Students
Pairing adaptive learning with career planning is key for instructors to meeting the needs of the students today.
Creating an Inclusive Classroom for Transgender Students
A warm and welcoming classroom means respecting and honoring students as individuals. Learn 10 ways to foster equity and equality in your classroom.
Inspired: Helping Students Achieve Their Dreams
Student Ambassador Allie Rodriguez shares her journey to becoming the first member of her family to attend college, and the importance of having affordable course materials.
Understanding the Basics of Student Loans & Repayment Options
Understanding your options is the best way to take away some of the fear of repaying your student loans.
Are You on Track to Graduate?
You're doing the work to graduate, but are you doing the planning too?
Instill a Critical Mindset Webinar
Dr. Heather Collins shares how instructors can help improve their students' critical thinking skills in this webinar as part of our Professional Development series.
7 Ways to Tackle Student Engagement
Complacency is the enemy of a classroom. Bring excitement and engagement back with a few of these tips.
Cut Through the Buzz: 8 Ways to Teach Critical Thinking
Critical thinking is a hige buzz word in higher education. Use these 8 tips to better teach your students critical thinking skills.
4 Strategies to Drive Down Textbook Cost
Considering what students likely are paying in tuition, it's important to keep course materials affordable for your students. Use this guide to determine which affordable options are the right fit.
Making 300 feel like 30: How to Teach Large Sections
Unique challenges that come with large lecture sections provide instructors with the opportunity to teach differently.
Creating Courses Using Universal Design (Accessibility) Principles
Make your classroom accessible for all students! See how utilizing universal design principles can help you become accessibility compliant and improve student engagement.
Tips for a Successful Job Interview
Career development tips from a young professional on how to have a successful job interview.
2018 Future Workforce Survey
The fifth annual McGraw-Hill Education Future Workforce Survey, representing over 1000 college students, looks at their confidence, motivation, influences, and ...
6 Lessons in Moving to Virtual Office Hours
Looking to get more out of your office hours? Try virtual office hours! 6 Ways to hold and improve your virtual office hours.
How to Handle Student Grade Complaints
It's that time of year again...students will be coming to negotiate (and plead) their grades.
Defy Death by PPT: 7 Tips to Improve Multimedia Learning
Defy Death by PowerPoint: 7 Tips to Improve Multimedia Learning. Have you experienced death by PowerPoint?
What Major is Right for You?
Choosing your college major? Use this guide to help decide what field of study or career pathway you’d like to pursue.
4 Tips to Surviving your Hardest Classes