Embracing Smartphones in the Classroom

February 08 , 17

Most people have a love/hate relationship with smartphones: They provide resources and information expeditiously in just a few clicks, but can also divert attention from timely tasks and goals,[...]

Blended Classroom Instructor Earns Award Using Expert TA

September 28 , 16

The Expert TA staff would like to congratulate Dr. Linda Grisham of Massachusetts Bay Community College, who recently won a prestigious Course of Distinction (COD) Award from Massachusetts[...]

Shining a Light on OpenStax

September 08 , 16

Our goal at Expert TA is to improve the learning experience for both educators and students. Whenever we have a chance to associate with someone working toward the same end, we are delighted. And[...]

Students Don’t Want to Cheat ... And Teachers Can Help Them Stay Clean

August 19 , 16


Jeremy Morton, Ph.D., CEO and Founder, The Expert TADavid Pritchard, Ph.D., Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Although many people claim that cheating on college[...]

Studying for the AP Physics Exam: A New Approach for Students

August 03 , 16

You probably already know that the AP Physics exam recently underwent dramatic and fundamental changes. And students still studying for the old style of exam suffered. In fact, the College Board[...]

The Changing Landscape of the AP Physics Exam

November 18 , 15

The following article from Education Week outlines an important issue that we all need to keep our eyes on. The number of students taking the AP Physics exam doubled this past year, representing the[...]