We provide a flexible course management system that can be customized to any course structure. The online Grade Book makes your courseware implementation simple so you can spend less time setting up and more time teaching. Course Customization Choose from the robust question bank to create your curriculum, tests, and quizzes that can be printed … Continue reading The Instructor Experience
Teaching an English course is no easy task, especially if students feel like they can’t connect with what they’re writing. If they hear they need to write a 1,000-word essay on a social issue by Thursday, students may feel overwhelmed with a blank Word document staring them in the face instead of feeling excited about … Continue reading 3 Ways to Use Technology in Your English Class
Dr. Mary Ellen Weimer’s article “Why Are We So Slow to Change the Way We Teach?” begins by pointing out that the landscape of today’s classroom remains staunchly the same as it has in the past. While this fact may come as no surprise to many, Weimer provides insight as to why this is the … Continue reading Why can change be so slow for faculty?
Love incorporating upcoming holidays into your lesson plans? Consider adding some numbers surrounding Valentine's Day to your next class! The History Channel shared this interesting infographic breaking down the popular holiday into stats that may come as a surprise to you. For instance, did you know that enough Sweethearts® are produced each year to stretch … Continue reading Fun Valentine’s Day Stats for Your Next Class
In life, there's usually no quick and easy way to do something. Thankfully that isn't true when it comes to accessing the Hawkes student courseware! If your materials are available on the web platform at learn.hawkeslearning.com,* here's the quick way to get to the student side of things from your Grade Book: Press the button … Continue reading Tuesday Tip: Exploring the Student Courseware
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, what better way to spice up your math class than learning about the mathematical patterns of love? Presenter Hannah Fry gives a funny and interesting TED Talk that includes her top three mathematically verifiable tips for love: How to win at online dating How to pick the perfect … Continue reading The Mathematics of Love