by Donnell King Dear Jeremy: Your (I suspect) tongue-in-cheek response to a Facebook posting has led me to a lot of introspection and thought. When a colleague posted a very.
by Jennifer Kabbany Droves of open-minded students are often won over to the progressive narrative because they’re browbeat with it for four consecutive years and never exposed to alternative arguments..
by Julie Candio Do you remember what happened last Wednesday? No? Sometimes our students don't either. And I don't blame them. While students can refer to the course syllabus, there.
In a graduate-level educational psychology course at Florida State University, my professor didn’t allow students to take notes. He reasoned that taking notes prevented students from reflecting on the lesson..
I belittled one student by criticizing him in front of others. I favored another student by telling other students they should be more like her. I responded impatiently to questions..
by P.D. Lesko On Twitter, the witty professors are out in force. There are "sarcastic" professors, "burned out" professors, "bitter" professors, professors of "sarcasm," "angry" professors, "snarky" professors, "jaded" professors.