I have reserved the Library Room in Bordertown Coffee: 315 16th Ave SE Minneapolis. BEFORE WE MEET Could you please view and participate in this brief VoiceThread? It should only […]
I’m reflecting on striking a new balance with alignment of student work to the course goals on one side, and “turning up the heat” in the classroom on the other […]
Today in the River Talk blog I wrote about new Twin Cities park initiatives and mentioned that our riverfronts could provide “essential learning spaces.” http://riverlife.umn.edu/2013/08/06/river-is-central-to-new-park-initiatives/ Most readers will probably glide over […]
The first course I took on teaching was Grad 8101 Teaching in Higher Education, taught by our very own IleneDawn. There were countless breakthrough “Ah-ha” moments throughout that semester. One […]
History: #1 – One early set of of 100 Words I.A. Richards, British rhetorician, used Read a Page: A Course in Effective Reading (1942) to examine 100 important words – […]
Writing provocative prompts for reflective thought is one thing, but how might we make better “carrot’ out of the evaluation/grading criteria side of a reflective assignment? My colleagues and I […]
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