Topic: teaching

Campus News | November 18, 2020
With the cost of textbooks rising, Open Educational Resources offer an alternative.
Research | September 9, 2020
College of Education professors Christine Clark and Norma A. Marrun reactivate center, examine absence of Ethnic Studies in schools and teacher education programs.
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Campus News | August 27, 2020
African American Studies professors say ridding the classroom of racism begins with self-reflection.
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Campus News | May 21, 2020
Elementary teacher Ellie Edgar and high school teacher Kenny Brown selected for annual CCSD award.
laptop and notebook
Campus News | March 31, 2020
A week after remote teaching begins, UNLV College of Engineering faculty find that soliciting student feedback is key.
Woman talking to man in front of academic research poster
Campus News | January 24, 2020
Best Teaching Practices Expo showcases their research, tools, and technology.
woman leading discussion at poster presentation
Campus News | January 30, 2019
Faculty share what's worked for them at UNLV's Best Teaching Practices Expo
UNLV assistant professor Sophie Ladd reads a book to a group of students.
Business and Community | January 7, 2019
UNLV assistant professor encourages teachers-to-be to keep diversity front and center in the classroom.
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Campus News | August 23, 2016
Building a curriculum from scratch is bringing innovative new approaches to teaching Nevada's future doctors.
Dr. Stephen Dahlem draws on white board
Campus News | May 25, 2016
Forget the big lecture halls — UNLV's future doctors will begin their studies by working in groups to treat (paper) patients.
Mary-Ann Winkelmes
Campus News | January 21, 2016
UNLV leads the country with program that proves even small changes to assignments can yield big results in classroom success — especially among first-generation students.
Kristie Berthelotte helps a student
Campus News | August 10, 2015
Changes to advising, an overhaul of the freshman experience, and an emphasis on taking a full course load are getting today's Rebels off to the right start. It's all part of helping students stick with their studies and graduate on time.