Questions to Consider When Building Your Corequisite Course

On the surface, creating a corequisite course may look easy. This type of course, in a nutshell, enrolls students in remedial and college-level classes in the same subject at the same time. Students receive targeted support to help increase success in the college-level course. However, finding out how to build this structure successfully can be … Continue reading Questions to Consider When Building Your Corequisite Course

The Facts of Flipping: 4 Common Misconceptions Debunked

It's one of the most discussed topics in higher education today: the flipped classroom, which reverses the typical lecture and practice components of a course. We examine four commonly held misconceptions to set the record straight: The flipped classroom means getting rid of lectures entirely. A common misconception about the flipped classroom is that it … Continue reading The Facts of Flipping: 4 Common Misconceptions Debunked