In our most recent post, Eva Grouling Snider critiques the term “best practices” when it comes to teaching and learning. For Eva, “’best practices’ ignores the complexity, nuance, and interconnectedness of ideas and practices in favor of a monolithic concept of what works and what doesn’t work.” Learn how Eva addresses these concerns through deeper contextualization of teaching approaches and sheer humility.
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The Division of Online and Strategic Learning provides support and assessment for technology-enhanced teaching and learning for on-campus, online, and blended courses and programs. Our aim is to establish an institute of good practice that all faculty will find useful, formidable, and essential to their aspirations of excellence in teaching.