Instructors

  • It's Not the Students - It's the Access

    It's Not the Students - It's the Access

    For some students, getting course materials can be challenging and set them behind for the rest of the semester. Early access is helping instructors & students make an impact from day one.

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  • Teachers Are the Key to Equity

    Teachers Are the Key to Equity

    Technology is advancing to create learning systems that can better reach students. However, instructors must be the early adapters to change and create impact within the classroom.

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  • The Role of Learning Science in Equity

    The Role of Learning Science in Equity

    Everyone learns differently. By using science to understand ways to overcome challenges we can begin to close the gap on equity in education.

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  • It’s Crazy to Think I’m Getting an "A" in Calculus

    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.

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  • Knowing the Difference Between Equity vs. Equality

    Knowing the Difference Between Equity vs. Equality

    Though equity and equality are often used interchangeably, the difference in meaning is important to understand.

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  • Engaging Todays Students Preview1:06

    Engaging Todays Students Preview

    Preview: Dr. Michael Steger shares his best practices for engaging students and unlocking the potential of every learner.

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  • Could Adaptive Tech Offer Bridge to STEM Success?

    Could Adaptive Tech Offer Bridge to STEM Success?

    Adaptive learning is helping all students from different backgrounds gain confidence and understanding in their higher math courses.

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    What is McGraw-Hill’s Affordability & Outcomes Program?

    Course needs aren't one size fits all. This is why McGraw-Hill has worked to create options available at every level to help instructors offer the best experience.

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  • Key Metrics for Identifying (and Helping) At-Risk Students

    Key Metrics for Identifying (and Helping) At-Risk Students

    Paying attention to the students that don't participate, or often miss class, is equally as important as paying attention to the students seen every day.

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  • The Difference Between Equity & Equality0:35

    The Difference Between Equity & Equality

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  • Instructor & Administrator Feedback: What We've Heard1:48

    Instructor & Administrator Feedback: What We've Heard

    Creating materials that are valuable to educators and students is our goal. We wouldn't be able to accomplish anything without the feedback we hear from instructors and administrators alike.

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  • Speak Up: How to Help Our LGBTQ+ Students

    Speak Up: How to Help Our LGBTQ+ Students

    Instructors and administrators have a responsibility to create an inclusive and accepting classroom and campus.

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  • Control the Clock – 5 Time Management Tips for Instructors

    Control the Clock – 5 Time Management Tips for Instructors

    Students and instructors always seem to be running against the clock. Fortunately, a few things can be done to make everyone's lives a little easier.

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  • Creating Equity in STEM

    Creating Equity in STEM

    The power of adaptive learning is narrowing the divide between students who may have been behind in core math courses in high school and their pursuit of a degree for STEM careers.

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  • The Bloom Effect & Equity

    The Bloom Effect & Equity

    In 1984 Benjamin Bloom found one-on-one tutors were key to successful students at every level. This tailored learning was initially believed impractical, but now in 2019, it's time has arrived.

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  • Five Strategies for Becoming an Expert, Life-Long Learner

    Five Strategies for Becoming an Expert, Life-Long Learner

    One of the best things students develop in college is a love for learning. These are 5 steps instructors can apply in the classroom to create curiosity within students for life.

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  • Real Options Means Delivering Real Savings1:22

    Real Options Means Delivering Real Savings

    Providing different options to access course materials means that students can save money without sacrificing their classroom experience.

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  • Making 300 Feel Like 30: How to Teach Large Sections

    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.

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  • My Experience of Inclusivity as a Blind Student

    My Experience of Inclusivity as a Blind Student

    Helping students and peers isn't one size fits all. Asking how to help is the first, and best step.

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  • Break the Cycle of Classroom Hand-Holding. Teach Independence.

    Break the Cycle of Classroom Hand-Holding. Teach Independence.

    Creating a classroom that fosters accountability and equity can help lay a foundation of independence that students can take with them through their lives.

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