The name Intentional Teaching is a spin on my 2019 book, Intentional Tech: Principles to Guide the Use of Educational Technology in College Teaching. I’m using it to indicate that we should be intentional in how we teach, but also how we develop as teachers over time.
Note: If you are looking for Intentional Academia, the outstanding blog from Robert Talbert, this isn’t it. Go here instead.
The Intentional Teaching podcast comes out every other Tuesday, and episodes feature interviews with college and university educators sharing their teaching experiences.
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The Intentional Teaching podcast is sponsored by UPCEA, the online and professional education association. Visit the UPCEA website to find out about research, networking opportunities, and professional development offerings.
The Intentional Teaching newsletter comes out most Thursdays, and most issues feature a short piece on college teaching as well as links to more things to read or experience around the web. To sample the newsletter, check out the first issue from October 2022 or this piece on structured reading groups, also from October 2022.
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