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Monthly Archive for February, 2015

The following entry from the 2014-2015 Teaching Issues Writing Consortium: Teaching Tips was contributed by Rachel Winter, Eastern Kentucky University ————————————————————————————————————– “Lecturing to 15 students is much the same as lecturing to 90” (Dr. A, Professor of Biology, personal communication, 20 March 2014). The above quote was remarked by Dr. A during a classroom observation of his […]

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The following entry from the 2014-2015 Teaching Issues Writing Consortium: Teaching Tips was contributed by Jodie Hemerda and Julie Frese, Ph.D., Director of Assessment and Academic Quality, University of the Rockies ————————————————————————————————————– “To be effective, feedback needs to be clear, purposeful, meaningful, and compatible with students’ prior knowledge and to provide logical connections” (Hattie & Timperley, 2007, p. 104). […]

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The following entry was contributed by Joseph Michalka, Graduate Associate, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning.   You have just finished grading the first test and while there were a couple of high B’s, you were shocked that the average was a 52. With your syllabus saying that the first exam would be a third of the final grade […]

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With Super Bowl XLIX in recently memory, it is easy to see how being a student is like being part of a sports team.  You work hard for years and finally, you make the team (get into college).  You’re excited, because this will develop you into the player you always knew you could be.  But […]

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