Carrie Watkins Articles

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Spring Catalog Updates: Moving from Quantitative Analysis to Analytics I

While Spring is often the time of year many people sweep out their organizational cobwebs, we see each new term as an opportunity to make sure our courses are in excellent shape. We look at student feedback throughout the year and our regular review process is quietly...

4 Tools for Creating Impactful and Cost-Effective General Education Courses

Every student needs a basic foundation in math, science, English, and humanities to complete their degree program. Unfortunately, this requirement can be a challenge for both small and highly specialized colleges that lack the resources or expertise to create and...

Education Futures Podcast 33: TEL’s Director of Curriculum

In every career path, there are usually a few bends. Possibly even a u-turn or two. But certain things stay constant, such as the path itself, and the skills you bring with you (and the ones you learn along the way). TEL's Director of Curriculum knows this first-hand....

Salem University Expands Flexible Dual Credit Options with TEL Education

NORMAN, OK, October 11, 2021 -- Salem University announced its partnership with TEL Education, a non-profit curriculum and educational technology organization, to provide innovative and affordable online dual-credit courses to West Virginia high school students....