What Did You Learn Activity: When we are at a good stopping place as far as the topic of discussion or what I am lecturing about but there are just three or four minutes left rather than dismissing early I use… Read More ›
With the exception of “presentations” students prepare and present in-class with very little preparation, I have discovered when they hear “presentation,” they automatically think of PowerPoint. Last semester when I told my students in African American History they could not use… Read More ›
11 reasons the face-to-face classroom is a wonderful, magical, one-of-a-kind place for students and professors.
1. Our aches, pains, and worries evaporate into nothing 95% of the time. 2. We all get to ask deep, powerful questions and have opportunities to hear perspectives from each other in real time. 3. We all frequently open up and share… Read More ›
People everywhere talk about learning styles so often and with such certainty that most find it surprising that psychologists and other researchers argue that learning styles do not exist. Over the years, I have taken different learning styles assessments for… Read More ›
Last week in my First Year Seminar classes, we focused on questions. Together with my student, we discussed the difference between “low-level” and “high-level” questions; the difference between who, what, when, and where questions and the how and why questions;… Read More ›