George Napier
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George Napier replied to Angelica Sanders's discussion Online Teaching
"Hello, Try setting consistent schedules for online learners. It is too easy to skip or move a class around but it can create havoc for your learners. Also, try uploading all course texts, assignments, and such beforehand on whatever online medium…"
Jan 14
George Napier replied to Ethel Simmons's discussion Teaching difficulty
"Hello, It’s noble of you to stick with it and encourage equitable learning. Spending extra time with students can help boost their skills. I also recommend creating some coursework that centers on small group learning. Group learning can help…"
Dec 20, 2016
George Napier replied to Katy Scott's discussion Reverse and Improve Your Instruction with Screencasts
"This is a great link. Thank you for the resource. I already utilize a bit of this in my classroom. I utilize citrix gotomeeting/training and dameware. I find it really encourages participation and learning transfer."
Dec 15, 2016
George Napier replied to Kim Green's discussion Strategies for students
"Mobile devices are a dangerous tool that if used correctly can have excellent benefits in the classroom. I am an adult educator who works in the healthcare industry. I will have my students utilize their phones to look up relevant information…"
Dec 10, 2016
George Napier replied to Ed Vectus's discussion Classroom Labels
"You make an excellent point about classroom labels and their inherent dangers. It is all too easy for us, as educators, to group students into neat little boxes. These boxes are transparent and students can see our filing system. I do not believe we…"
Dec 4, 2016
George Napier replied to Ed Vectus's discussion Strategies for Teaching diverse students
"Wonderful ideas. A skilled educator knows that in order to mold their students, they themselves must be malleable. You cannot approach every student from every culture the same way. Instead, celebrate the differences and utilize them during…"
Nov 29, 2016

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