As the fall semester ramps up, read a selection of posts from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) blog, The Q. Sign up for The ‘Q’ Newsletter for the latest news and insights about higher education teaching and learning.
Jan Tillman and Ann Pearson might have different backgrounds when it comes to their expertise in college instruction, but they agree on one important idea: Learning never ends.
Teaching and learning centers play a critical role in national efforts to ensure effective instruction is at the core of student success agendas in higher education, writes ACE President Molly Corbett Broad.
In the latest installment of The Q’s interview series, ACUE met up with Terry Doyle at last month’s Lilly Conference in Asheville, NC, where Doyle delivered a plenary presentation titled, “Understanding How Students Learn: The First Step to Improving College Teaching Practices.” Doyle is an author, educational consultant, and professor emeritus at Ferris State University (MI).
Every university president knows the power of a great professor. Two leaders say it’s time to reorganize the academy with that in mind.
ACUE partners with colleges and universities at all levels of the institution to support student success strategies through an innovative Course in Effective Teaching Practices. ACE is collaborating with ACUE in a joint venture as part of its nearly century-old mission to prepare campus leaders, support the work of colleges and universities and assist institutions in strengthening student learning, persistence and completion.