Student Engagement

16 Aug, 2018

Teamwork: Teaching Reality, 25 Years Later

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Volume XL, No. 25 | August 16, 2018 Teamwork: Teaching Reality, 25 Years Later Teamwork consists a group of individuals working together to reach a common goal. Highly effective teams have the same desired end goal as any group of students or business workers, and that is to achieve a shared purpose. [...]

2 Aug, 2018

Let Me Take a Selfie

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Volume XL, No. 24 | August 2, 2018 Let Me Take a Selfie Student engagement in the classroom and on campus is thought to improve students’ grades and increase retention rates. Having students involved in on-campus activities is beneficial because of the personal connections and relationships students build through their participation in [...]

29 Mar, 2018

Learning Through Engagement

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Volume XL, No. 11| March 29, 2018 Learning Through Engagement As the division chair for arts, social sciences, and public services at Randolph Community College (RCC), I have the opportunity to work with and observe individuals who teach a variety of disciplines. Our division houses Early Childhood Education, Criminal Justice Technology, Human [...]