This past week, there was an article in InsideHigherEd about a professor who found herself yanked from her biology classroom at Louisiana State University after students complained about her exams.
Over the years I have given a great deal of thought to grading, incentives, and fairness. One anecdote will illustrate what started me on the road to thinking about how.
This blog has been geared toward introductory classes and those teaching them, since my assumption is that a blog on teaching tips will be most attractive to new professors, and.
Folks new to the college experience, whatever their age or pathway, are expecting teachers. The trouble is that teaching is a whole other profession, with a completely different educational profile,.
This column follows immediately on last week’s post about geek kits. Today, instead of materials, I want to talk about encouraging time management practices in our students. In my column.
“C is for competent; it’s good enough for me.” I sometimes sing this little parody of Sesame Street in my head. What this means to me is that, getting through.