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There's No One Way in Higher Education Pt. 2

The Suburban Professor

There’s No One Way in Higher Education Part 2

While the previous example in Part 1 was focused on course design, delivery and faculty, the “No One Way” mantra is also true for higher education administrators of all levels. 419 more words

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There's No One Way in Higher Education Pt. 1

The Suburban Professor

There’s No One Way in Higher Education Part 1

The title of this piece pretty well sums up my philosophy within higher education, regardless of topic. 583 more words

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Tips and Tricks to make Teaching Human Sexuality and Managing Your Classroom a little Easier

Picture this:

You are a new (or experienced) teacher, walking in to the classroom on the first day of the Human Sexuality / Family Life unit.  1,018 more words

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Happy National High Five Day!

HAPPY NATIONAL HIGH FIVE DAY

Each year on the third Thursday of April, we celebrate National High Five Day. This is a fun day where you can “High Five” everyone that you see. 19 more words

Classroom Feature: Stem-Civics Charter School

Classroom Feature: Stem-Civics Charter School

Our favorite part about this classroom was matching the chair color to the lockers. The color combination definitely brought the room together. 35 more words

Imagination Stations

Logic will get you from A to B, imagination will take you everywhere – Einstein

My son’s imagination suffered a flat battery recently. Pen poised over a blank sheet of paper to plan a short story, he found nothing forthcoming. 653 more words

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Game-Based Curriculum in Higher Ed

Kelly Walsh’s follow up article to Jane Wolff.  Written a few years ago, but definitely worth reading.

http://www.emergingedtech.com/2012/06/introducing-a-game-based-curriculum-in-higher-ed/

The Suburban Professor~ A sociology and psychology professor who has committed to teaching his classes using aliens, zombies, comic book heroes, and technology.  51 more words

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