7 Reasons to Implement Competency-Based Learning

Competency-based learning is a natural approach for in-person, online and hybrid classrooms, and it is the de facto choice for many higher education institutions.  Competency-based learning, often called mastery-based learning, insists on subject mastery. It provides students with the opportunity to learn in a more personalized way and educators with the ability to ensure standards … Continue reading 7 Reasons to Implement Competency-Based Learning

Instructor Spotlight: Meet Dr. Jackie Jensen-Vallin

We are inspired by our Hawkes instructors and are eager to showcase their talent and compassion for their students. Recently, Victoria Kelly of the Customer Support Team chatted with Dr. Jackie Jensen-Vallin of Lamar University on her teaching style, thoughts on classroom technology, and a few fun activities she's been involved in over the summer! … Continue reading Instructor Spotlight: Meet Dr. Jackie Jensen-Vallin

How to Set Up Hawkes-Compatible Online Proctoring Solutions

Please see the instructions below for assistance setting up your desired Hawkes-compatible online proctoring solution. If you are interested in integrating Hawkes with any of these online proctoring services, please connect with your Training & Support Representative or email training@hawkeslearning.com. Respondus Monitor *Please note that we do not provide direct integration with Respondus Monitor. The directions below walk … Continue reading How to Set Up Hawkes-Compatible Online Proctoring Solutions

98 New Questions Added to Macroeconomics

Just in time for spring term, we have released 98 new questions available across 18 lessons in our Principles of Macroeconomics software!  These questions are algorithmically generated with 25-50 iterations of each problem, providing unlimited practice opportunities for students with built in step-by-step tutorials and error-specific feedback for mistakes. Whether students are completing coursework fully online or using software as a supplement for lectures, … Continue reading 98 New Questions Added to Macroeconomics