MindTap allows me to pay more attention to the student's needs as I direct them toward a lifetime of love of learning.
I am an Assistant Professor of History for the College of General Studies at Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. Over the last fourteen years, I've had the privilege of teaching online and face-to-face, day and night classes, freshmen and seniors. Each of these scenarios comes with its own challenges and rewards, but I've found myself frequently using technology as a learning solution.
I originally adopted MindTap because of its potential for improving student engagement in my Western Civilization courses. Subsequently, I have found that it goes well beyond engagement and fills in some gaps I had not thought much about. MindTap gives me the chance to provide context for my students, to enter into their reading and walk alongside them, to guide them in their learning, to identify struggling students and to intervene early in the semester. In sum, MindTap allows me to pay more attention to the student's needs as I direct them toward a lifetime of love of learning.
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