by Lee Shainen YEARS AGO, DURING the Gulf War, I began a composition class by having the students interview each other, write short biographies, and then read them to the.
by Kathy Plann IN COLLEGE CLASSROOMS, as portrayed by Hollywood, there are no female professors. I also couldn’t help noticing that in a sampling of films which span the past.
by Jeannie Barry-Sanders CAREER DECISIONS CAN be a hassle, and if you are at a crossroads in your decision making or just want to gain some extra experience, an international.
by Evelyn Beck ATTRITION RATES FOR most distance education programs are worse than for traditional college courses, with dropout rates as high as 80 percent at some colleges. At Piedmont.
by Alessandra Bianchi Move over, B2B and C2C, and make room for the next online business dujour: the ABCs.”Education over the Internet is going to be so big, it’s going.
by Laura D. Goodwin and Ellen A. Stevens Laura D. Goodwin is associate dean and professor of education and Ellen A. Stevens is assistant professor of education at the School.