Diversity

14 Oct, 2016

Peer Review and Cultural Diversity

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Volume XXXVIII, No. 23 | October 14, 2016 Peer Review and Cultural Diversity “People teach each other, mediated by the world, by the cognizable objects which in banking education are ‘owned’ by the teacher.” – Paulo Freire, Pedagogy of the Oppressed “Why do we need to peer review? It seems to be an [...]

3 Oct, 2014

The Impact of Gender-Specific Organizations on Community College Campuses

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Volume XXXVI, No. 21 | October 3, 2014 The Impact of Gender-Specific Organizations on Community College Campuses Introduction In recent years, women's gender roles in society are being reconsidered, both domestically and internationally. From the success of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, to First [...]

30 Aug, 2013

Marching Forward: Veterans, CLEP, and Student Success

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Volume XXXV, No. 16 | August 30, 2013 Marching Forward: Veterans, CLEP, and Student Success When I first started working in a college testing center in 1999, one of the first things I had to do was to become “CLEP Certified.” I had no idea what that meant exactly, but it was something [...]

22 Feb, 2013

Tips for Teaching Non-Traditional Students

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Volume XXXV, No. 6 | February 22, 2013 Tips for Teaching Non-Traditional Students More than ever, due to the harsh economic reality and high unemployment rate, more students who were out of school for considerable amounts of time are coming back to upgrade their skills to seek reemployment. Teaching the skills that they [...]