Innovation Abstracts

Latest Version

Volume XLIII, No. 24 | July 1, 2021

In this week’s Innovation Abstracts, “Emotionally Intelligent Teaching to Empower and Engage: Insights From Neuroscience,” David R. Katz III, Professor Emeritus and Consultant, explores the profound impact instructors can have on students’ emotional states.

NISOD - Innovation Abstracts

Each week faculty, administrators, and staff at NISOD member colleges receive Innovation Abstracts, NISOD’s flagship teaching and learning publication. Authors share their best ideas about programs, projects, and strategies that improve students’ higher education experiences. A full academic year’s collection features a wide array of topics with each issue having something for everyone. Opinions and views expressed in Innovation Abstracts are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of NISOD.

Past Issues

Past issues are posted in the archive section of our website. Faculty, administrators, and staff at NISOD-member colleges must enter a username and password to view archived issues. Members who do not know their username and password can request them using the password request form.

Authoring an Innovation Abstracts

NISOD maintains an open call for Innovation Abstracts pieces. Community and technical college educators are invited to share their best ideas about programs, projects, and strategies that improve students’ higher education experiences.

Please review the Writing an Innovation Abstracts page if you are interested in authoring an Innovation Abstracts for NISOD.

“I read your Innovation Abstracts regularly, and have enjoyed diving into your Abstract archives. Several classroom ideas that I’ve learned have helped improve the quality of my teaching.”

Reed B. Freeman, Instructor, Science
Copiah-Lincoln Community College