News

Oct
5
2020
I learned about my students, I learned about online teaching, and I learned that I still have a lot to learn.
-Tracey Jones, Lecturer, MLC
Sep
28
2020
Flower Darby in the Community column at the Chronicle for Higher Education.
Aug
27
2020
We don't always get a second chance. But this fall, you are eligible for a do-over. Here are a few small changes you can make for a more engaging and personal online learning experience.
Aug
20
2020
Insights from the School of Education's online EdD in Learning and Organizational Change.
Aug
5
2020
An all-in-one-place list of information and considerations related to COVID-19 for your reference as you plan your Fall semester.
Jun
29
2020
From the Chronicle: Four reasons you should join the online-teaching movement and spend some time this summer polishing your digital skills.
Mar
31
2020
Earlier today, the City of Waco and McLennan County announced an extension of their Shelter in Place orders through April 21. The City and County will continue to reevaluate the order for possible extension beyond the current date.
Jul
1
2019
The Tomorrow's Professor newsletter tackles factors that impact student motivation to learn.
Jun
24
2019
Most every college teacher has experienced that anxiety-producing moment when a promising class discussion fizzles out.
May
22
2019
It’s official: The academic year has come to a close. Finals grades are in, seniors have walked the stage — and Baylor’s professors of the year have been named. The Collins Outstanding Professor Award, which is voted on by the outgoing senior class, awards the recipient a $10,000 cash prize. Past Collins professors include Rachel …
May
6
2019
ATL Assistant Director Dr. Christopher Richmann reports and reflects upon the Cherry Award Summit on Great Teaching, a collaboration between the ATL and the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching.
Apr
10
2019
Friend of the ATL Dr. Karenna Malavanti (Psychology & Neuroscience) sent us this helpful piece she spotted at the Chronicle of Higher Education. The lecture has fallen on hard times and has received (valid) criticism, but it isn't dead - nor should it be.
Mar
26
2019
Congratulations to a good friend of the ATL on his recent recognition from the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Sic'em, Dr. Yoo!
Jan
3
2019
Tomorrow's Professor shares the full text of this timely paper from the Occasional Paper team at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, University of Michigan, authored by Karishma Collette, Sara Armstrong, and Christine Simonian Bean.
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