Many professors are returning to face-to-face classes this fall, which means wearing masks and observing other safety precautions. Two educators share some ideas for making this work.
Teachers are carers by nature, but where can they turn for care themselves? Equitable, caring policies at their own institutions matter most.
Teachers are by nature care-givers, but where can they turn for the care they need? A faculty developer identifies three sources.
An educator in Egypt realized it was time her 9-year-old daughter learned about Palestine. Here’s how she explained the situation.
An education expert suggests good practices teachers can use to build community with students and create a caring climate in their courses.
An Egyptian professor explains the complex motives behind her decision to limit her own freedom of expression.
Faculty members at the American University in Cairo share strategies they’ve found effective.
One of the advantages of online learning is its potential for ensuring that everyone participates. Faculty members at the American University in Cairo share strategies they’ve found effective.
Students may feel overwhelmed with the new demands of online learning. Faculty members at the American University in Cairo share tips on how they try to help.
A newsletter of the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo asked faculty members to share tips on effective teaching online. Here are some of their observations.