Resources for Educators
Textbooks are here to stay, but as e-books rise in popularity, what are the considerations between online and print texts in the classroom?
Sharon Buchbinder, author of three textbooks from Jones & Bartlett, shares her top ten tips for publishing a textbook.
Students will come to an introductory global health course with no understanding of health economics. Introductory courses in global health should help students understand key economic issues.
The following tips for teachers are actionable steps educators can take to prepare students to take their exams with confidence.
Teaching students how climate change impacts human lives prepares them give them create compelling, responsive, and equitable climate actions and adaptations that improve well-being.
Chris Kinnaird explores the skills that need to be addressed most critically within an academic institution’s cybersecurity program to better position students for these careers.
When it comes to cybersecurity, there are some new challenges that arise thanks to the number of different career paths. As a result, it’s important to connect cybersecurity education to multiple standards and frameworks.
There are several alternative innovative assessments in education and some creative ways to assess students' progress. Here are five top assessment techniques to integrate into online exams.
I hope that many of us can take advantage of even introductory global health courses to help our students become better at writing and presenting in ways that will help them immensely in their professional lives.
We must keep talking about climate change as a public health problem and take action accordingly. We need to respond to the climate crisis and understand, prevent and prepare for the wide-ranging impacts on humans.
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