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Mississippi Family Income Distribution, by County

I’ve spent the past few weeks playing around with Tableau, a data visualization software program. Though initially a bit outside of my wheelhouse, I am starting to understand the software a bit better, and it’s intuitiveness is becoming a bit more clear to me. 142 more words


Progress Report: Excellence in Large Class Teaching

At the Chair, we’re spending some time this holiday taking stock of our progress on various projects we’ve been working on. We thought we’d take this opportunity to update you. 864 more words

Higher Education

Teaching to the Edges

Teaching to the Edges (Using Technology to Develop Personalised Remediation Strategies) – A Professional Development Session

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It’s that time of year when student course evaluations come out, now that we’ve turned in grades.  A few weeks ago, during the couple of weeks when our university administers ours, several colleagues and I were talking about evaluations.  1,001 more words

Why @pedagoo?

I’m a huge fan of @pedagoo as an institution and I’d like to share what makes it so important to me.

The @pedagoo community is one of equals, everyone’s views are welcomed and valued. 356 more words

Setting Up the Classroom - In the Beginning

So here you are standing in a square space that smells like something crusty and old, while being lambasted with a mild lime green paint color that isn’t real but created from years of humidity and light impression.   380 more words

Educational Theory

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What I already know about Inquiry learning

The term inquiry learning was first introduced to me when I was at university studying my teaching degree. Inquiry learning is a prominent pedagogy used in my school, thus, my understanding of inquiry learning cycle has developed from real life teaching experiences in the classroom. 756 more words