Setting the StageAs some of you know, I re-launched my private practice in May, 2019 after a multi-year break. If you can call years spent raising very small children a break, which in my opinion you cannot :). In any case, I’m excited to jump back in. What’s less exciting is re-starting from scratch. No pieces of

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It’s very common for students to say that they feel like they’re teaching themselves in an online course. As a faculty member, it’s easy to get defensive when you hear a phrase like this. You’re there! You’re helping!  Don’t they know about all of the work that goes into designing an online course, selecting the perfect resources,

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Today’s question has to do with how to kindly and effectively give feedback to students who are not native English speakers and are having some difficulty communicating clearly.  I’ll share my (non-expert!) ideas for how I address this in my online courses, and I’d love to hear your ideas as well.  If you know of any

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