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Building a relationship with our students takes time. When instructors understand student’s strengths, weaknesses, experiences, and interests, they are better able to help them succeed academically. Learn more from the links on this page.

How to Turn Your Syllabus into an FAQ, and Why You Should


How One Email From You Could Help Students Succeed


Add Trauma Glasses to your Teacher Toolbox


(Video) Basics of Post Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury and Moral Injury


Six Tips for Cultivating a Trauma-Informed Higher Education Classroom at the Beginning of Each Semester


(Video) Strengths of Military and Veteran Students in Higher Education


International Students:  Creating an Inclusive Classroom Community


Teaching First-Generation College Students


Teaching Adult Undergraduate Students


Teaching First-Year Students


5 Types of Emails Students Ignore – and How to Get Your Emails Opened


Introducing Boomerang Respondable: Personal Al Assistant for Writing Better Emails


Dos and Don’ts When Working with International Students in the Classroom


Supporting Students Who Are Moms


Generation Z: Re-thinking Teaching and Learning Strategies