ACUE Announces Collaboration With Teaching in Higher Ed Podcast

November 6, 2017

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acue_icon_300wThe Association of College and University Educators (ACUE), an organization working with dozens of colleges and universities to put great teaching at the heart of their student success agenda, has announced a collaboration with Bonni Stachowiak and the Teaching in Higher Ed (TiHE) podcast.

As part of the collaboration, ACUE will be blogging about popular conversations, hosting expert Q&As, and adding sights to the sounds with video excerpts from ACUE’s course library. ACUE members and podcast fans alike can look forward to these free resources as part of ACUE’s upcoming Expert Dive series.

If you’re new to the TiHE podcast, check out this list of top 10 recommended episodes with a number of experts whose work is explored in detail in ACUE’s Course in Effective Teaching Practices. (To read the original post about the collaboration, see ACUE’s Q Blog.)

#1 Teaching Lessons from the Road with Penny MacCormack, ACUE.

#2 Motivating Students in Large Classes with Brenda Gunderson, a senior lecturer at the University of Michigan, whose practices to engage and motivate students are featured in multiple ACUE modules, such as Using Active Learning Techniques in Large Classes, and on ACUE’s community site, where you can see exclusive footage of Gunderson doing a cartwheel during class.

#3 Teaching Naked Techniques with José Bowen, president of Goucher College; ACUE subject matter expert for the modules Engaging Underprepared Students, Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom, and Using Student Achievement and Feedback to Improve Your Teaching; and an ACUE community site contributor.

#4 Teach Students How to Learn with Saundra McGuire, author of Teach Students How to Learn, who shares strategies in ACUE’s course for supporting unprepared students.

#5 Engage the Heart and Mind Through the Connected Classroom with Ken Bauer from the Tecnológico de Monterrey.

#6 Radical Hope – A Teaching Manifesto with Kevin Gannon, regular contributor to the Teaching United States History blog.

#7 Engaging Learners with TEDx speaker and professor of English Gardner Campbell.

#8 Small Teaching with James Lang, author of Small Teaching.

#9 The Skillful Teacher with our friend Stephen Brookfield, featured in numerous ACUE modules, including Planning an Effective Class Session, Delivering an Effective Lecture, and Developing Self-Directed Learners, and on the community with advice on teaching from the back row.

#10 Flipped Out with Derek Bruff, who discusses using concept maps and other visualization tools in ACUE’s course.

ACE is invested in ACUE’s success and works in a collaboration with ACUE toward the goal of expanding dramatically the use of effective teaching practices to benefit students, faculty, and institutions.

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