By Jenny Ortiz As the Freeway Flyer, I’m realizing just how post-modern my life is—constantly deconstructing, reconstructing, dissecting, and redeveloping the collage of life experiences to state to my Department.
By Kat Kiefer-Newman Do the clothes really make the (wo)man? This is a debate that frequently comes up in my classrooms, and I've also dealt with it at home while.
By Bruce A. Johnson, Ph.D., MBA When students enroll in online classes, they often do not get to choose their instructors for and may not find out who the instructor.
By Bruce A. Johnson, Ph.D., MBA The phrase self-directed learning is associated with the adult education theory of andragogy, which makes a distinction between teaching adults and children. A child.
I read a blog posting by a snappish prof. who said he hated the term "contingent" faculty. So, I went to the dictionary to see what I could see. Here.
By Kat Kiefer-Newman Did I post an "off for the Summer" blog just a few weeks ago? You bet I did! Some adjunct-y things have come up, though, and I.