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Student Understandings- Google Form

How do you use the ideas and strategies in the courses you teach to foster a rich conception of critical thinking  in all aspects of life, including teaching and learning?   Drs. Richard Paul and Linda Elder, in their How

Posted in 2016

Experiments in Kindness

Audrey Lin is a volunteer extraordinaire with ServiceSpace. With a degree in Peace and Conflict Studies, Lin has volunteered at the Gandhi Ashram in Ahmedabad, India; at Karma Kitchen in Berkeley, California; and has served as an educator on both the

Posted in 2016

Four Student Misconceptions about Learning

Four Student Misconceptions about Learning By: Maryellen Weimer, PhD Learning is fast – Students think that learning can happen a lot faster than it does. Take, for example, the way many students handle assigned readings. They think they can get

Posted in 2016

The Teaching Online Challenge (Fall 2017)

Posted in 2016

Why Revise? Because You Have an Authentic Audience

Photo credit: Official White House photo by Pete Souza Whenever I start talking about the importance of revising our writing with my classes, I show them this photograph: an over-the-shoulder shot of Barack Obama holding a copy of his Inaugural

Posted in 2016

iTeach Free Professional Development

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Posted in 2016
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