Teach online with Einstein

6 Online Teaching Lessons From Albert Einstein

Inspiration for online teaching can appear in surprising places.

Who says it should be confined to conferences or journal articles?

When you teach online, the words of celebrated thinkers can offer plenty of food for thought. ¬†And Albert Einstein provides a perfect example…

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How to make a Reference List

How to Make A Reference List (It’s Not Magic)

This quick reference guide involves zero black magic.

But many new students are convinced that referencing is the work of the devil.
They take one look at all those rules about dates, commas, italics and brackets – and flip out.

Right away, referencing starts getting weird.

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5 Surprising Ways Twitter Can Help With Online Teaching

5 Surprising Ways Twitter Can Help With Online Teaching

For the longest time, I could see no way to connect online teaching with Twitter.

Twitter was like some annoying, large exotic bird.

Oh, I could hear it squawking, alright.
I could see it hopping around my backyard.

But I was far too busy with my online teaching load to bother making friends with a wild blue bird…

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