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25 Sep, 2015

Don’t Tell Me I’m Not “College Ready”

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Volume XXXVII, No. 20 | September 25, 2015 Don't Tell Me I'm Not "College Ready" "College Ready." Those of us in higher education say the words "not college ready" all the time without thinking about how these words affect the students we're describing. Neither do we stop to consider how the label "not [...]

14 Nov, 2014

Making the Third Section of English Composition as Interesting as the First

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Volume XXXVI, No. 27 | November 14, 2014 Making the Third Section of English Composition as Interesting as the First When many of us were students, a common joke that circulated was that professors would have old notes, with the yellowing of their paper being visible proof that they gave the same lecture [...]

21 Feb, 2014

PEDAGOGY BEFORE TECHNOLOGY: TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH THE DIGITAL GENERATION

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Volume XXXVI, No. 6 | February 21, 2014 PEDAGOGY BEFORE TECHNOLOGY: TEACHING AND LEARNING WITH THE DIGITAL GENERATION Tertiary education in Western society is seeing the impact of a new generation of students known as the Digital Generation. Although definitions vary somewhat by source, this generation, also known throughout literature as the Millennial [...]

6 Sep, 2013

“Heroes” Increase the Genesis of STEM Scholars

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Volume XXXV, No. 17 | September 6, 2013 “Heroes” Increase the Genesis of STEM Scholars One day after a lecture/discussion on the cardiovascular system, the class took a quiz on the topic. Although all of the students did very well on the quiz, only one received a perfect score. When we started reviewing [...]