Talking Teaching: How to format learning objectives to improve student learning

Find out how students are using learning objectives and how to optimize your course LOs to better suit your student's needs!

Talking Teaching: How to encourage metacognition

Join the discussion! Here we discuss the concept of metacognition and how to encourage students to use metacognition in the classroom.

Talking Teaching: Is personalized learning the future?

Join the discussion: In this blog, we discuss the concept of personalized learning and how technological advances in AI might influence the future of learning.

Congratulations to Dr. John Durocher - Winner of the Macknight 2021 Innovative Educator Award!

Congratulations to Dr. John Durocher, Associate Professor of Health Studies at Purdue University Northwest (PNW), winner of the 2021 Macknight Innovative Educator Award for excellence in physiology teaching!

Adapting to Changing Teaching Demands - Dr Aavo Lang

Dr Aavo Lang is an Associate Professor of Human Physiology at the University of Tartu, with 30+ years of teaching experience. Aavo explains how Lt has been helping him meet the changing teaching demands throughout the pandemic.

Lt - 12 Months at a Glance

2000+ educators signed up to use Lt for free during the pandemic. 10 of the top 20 clinical and health universities in the world use Lt.

Talking Teaching: How to make online assessments resistant to cheating

Join the discussion: in this blog, we explore how online tutoring services such as Chegg are being used by students to cheat, and what we as educators or lesson creators can do about it.

Celebrating Innovation in Teaching: Erin Vasudevan

Congratulations to last year's (2020) winner of the ADInstruments Macknight Early Career Innovative Educator Award, presented by the APS: Erin Vasudevan, Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University

The Covid Conundrum – How to maintain hands-on learning in an online environment

COVID-19 has brought around a dramatic change in how science courses are taught. So how can educators adapt their traditional lab set-up to suit both face-to-face and remote learning environments?

How to teach anatomy remotely

Join the discussion: Find out how the Anatomy Department at Queen Mary University dealt with holding anatomy practicals online while in lockdown. Plus, we've included some easy tips for making your online lab sessions successful!

Talking Teaching: How do handwriting and typing influence learning?

Join the discussion: In this blog, we explore how handwriting and typing compare in terms of memory retrieval and brain engagement in the classroom.

Talking Teaching: Photosensitivity and visually accessible course design

Join the discussion: Find out why photosensitivity and visual accessibility are important factors to consider when designing digital content - plus we share some helpful resources and practical strategies for designing visually accessible content.

Teaching through COVID19: Dos and Don’ts

Dr James Clark, Reader in Human Physiology at King’s College London and winner of the prestigious Otto Hutter Award 2020, shares his experiences from the first semester of pandemic teaching.