Because of the difficulties instructors face in giving quality feedback to so many students, researchers have begun to examine the efficacy of peer feedback.
70% of college employees are now non-tenure track faculty. But is our entire education system set up for adjuncts to fail?
When teaching psychology students, one tool is above and beyond the most effective: video. Video software makes self-feedback not only possible, but easy.
It’s no secret: teaching is time-consuming. But there’s one tool in particular that’s designed to lower the steep professor workload.
Teaching is more effective when it incorporates components of effective peer review. Here are 8 tips to help your students give their peers useful feedback.
Customer feedback is integrated into every part of our organization to make the user experience as intuitive and seamless as possible. Here are some of the ways GoReact incorporates customer feedback into everything we do.
Teaching a foreign language online may be difficult, but it’s not impossible. Here are 5 ways to use GoReact in online foreign language courses.
Every foreign language teacher should include methods to practice active learning and intrigue their students. Here are five tips to improve student outcomes.
GoReact released a report revealing that online video assessment adoption and participation in higher education was accelerating pre-pandemic, and COVID-19 triggered exponential growth.
Teacher retention is a perennial topic. In order to better understand why certain teachers stay, we chatted with Suzanne Beasterfield about her research.
Student teachers ask “Why is observation important?” It’s the only way for student teachers to know how they’re doing. But there’s more to it than that.
A blog post highlighting students’ three favorite things about GoReact
Feedback is often referred to as unclear, unhelpful, or not delivered timely. But students secretly love feedback for learning.
Is your head-to-toe assessment checklist preparing students for a clinical setting? Find out which skills to include and exclude in a head-to-toe rubric.
How do you prepare teacher candidates to address issues of equity when they’re learning to teach in Maine—the least diverse state in the U.S.? According to Dr. Rebecca Buchanan, Assistant Professor at the University of Maine, it can be done. In fact, she believes much can be gleaned by paying attention to issues of equity […]
What is it about taking an ASL class in college that makes a person fall in love with sign?
Every year on March 15, people all around the world share what they have to say. Share your voice and ideas by participating in World Speech Day.
Can video improve student outcomes and help students develop important skills? An interactive, video based assessment tool can.
Summative assessments provide a view into the final outcomes of education, the “sum total” of skills developed or learning achieved during a course of instruction.
Formative assessment, according to research, is one of the most effective education innovations to hit modern classrooms.
Discussing the meaning of bedside manner is important because it highlights the current underdeveloped soft skills in nursing.
Preparing candidates for edTPA? Research shows video assessment boosts edTPA task 3 scores.
By mastering the basics, you’ll be able to better prepare your candidates to pass the PPAT assessment. We’re sharing an outline of what the assessment entails.
Blended learning models can transform the learning process. While one size doesn’t fit all, everybody can adopt blended learning into their classroom.
To give you some perspective on just how amazing and prolific sign language really is, let’s take a deep dive into the long and colorful history of how signs—and ASL in particular—came to be.
Confident presenters are not made overnight, but what if your students could improve astronomically in just one semester?
Understanding CAEP accreditation is no small feat. We’re shedding some light on all things CAEP: the standards, the accreditation process, and stipulation.
How effective is your teaching practicum? Learn how the right technology can help you answer this question.
A little matchmaking may save you time in the long run. Dr. Michelle Adler shares her strategies to strengthen a teaching intern’s relationships with faculty and mentors.
Dr. Loleta Sartin explains how video observation is a method for teaching equity in the classroom.
If you’ve never taught ASL online before, this guide is filled with ideas to help you make the transition and move your ASL course completely online.
We talk all things accreditation with CAEP’s president Dr. Christopher Koch. Check out Dr. Koch’s useful CAEP accreditation tips.
To help you get a glimpse of how to use GoReact as you make the switch to remote teaching, we’re sharing 10 ideas for student assignments.
Gearing up for a semester of online teaching? Here are some areas of consideration to help you reform your curriculum to an online environment.
Dr. Amy Broemmel and Dr. Jennifer Jordan explore how candidates and preservice teachers can handle hard feedback and autonomy in the classroom.
It’s imperative to educate nursing students on physical examination methods: inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation.
Getting feedback from others can drastically accelerate your progress when you’re trying to learn something new or improve your skills.
Dr. James Mitchell provides online teaching tips for teacher prep professionals looking to create a sustainable online learning environment this fall.
A blog post with tips for using video in teaching methods courses
What kinds of technology are the most effective to engage millennial students? Dr. Ali Galindo was just one of the many educators on a mission to find out.
As you ring in the new semester or quarter, we wanted to give you a heads up about some of the new features and product enhancements in GoReact.
To help teacher preparation professionals thrown into the proverbial deep end with edTPA, we interviewed Dr. Lisa Barronyou about navigating the waters.
Signing, interacting with the Deaf community, and getting to know other deaf people can help Codas appreciate their upbringing and find pride in their identity.
If you and your communication students want to learn the ultimate delivery strategy, we’ve got you covered with this presentation secret.
Dr. Marquita Grenot-Scheyer, the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Educator Preparation and Public School Programs for CSU, shares how to help candidates inform their teaching practice.
Prepare your nursing students for day one of clinical practice with this free guide focused on increasing students’ clinical judgment.
As you prepare your next class, consider how you approach teaching your ASL courses.
Whatever your program plans on doing this fall, you need to use your tools and resources effectively to foster online student engagement.