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Like it or Tweet it….. #SocialMedia is a Great Teaching Tool

July 13, 2011

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More and more people are using Twitter. How can you put this social media tool to good use in your classroom?

Online Teaching – Effective, Easy, and Engaging

June 24, 2011

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College and university student population has changed over the years and students have busier day to day lives which makes most students closer to a non traditional student than a mainstream student…despite age.  Economic, technological, and social factors all push students to make education fit into their schedule as opposed to trying to change their lives for school.  Online education has […]

The 5 W’s of Curriculum Mapping

June 21, 2011

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Generally, for students to be successful they need to understand where they are going in a program, what they are going to learn and why.

More than Town and Gown PR…..Beyond the Service Learning Fad

June 7, 2011

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Colleges and universities are constantly striving to make the best possible connections with the towns that they are seated in. Often the PR department schedules free event or the school will increase the punishment of school code violations to show the town that they are there to work with them.

Connect the Dots with Concept Maps

May 17, 2011

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Students are always look for new and innovative ways to learn....little do they know that oldies and sometimes be goodies.

Rigorous or Rigor-Mortis?

April 19, 2011

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Academically Adrift from The University of Chicago Press outlines studies that show students aren't learning what they need and teachers know it!

FUNQs….How many do you have??

April 6, 2011

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“I’m not sure what a primary source is, but I figure it must be one if it makes me sneeze.” Lunacy or profundity, do you think?