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Jackie Henson-Dacey

Title: IB Visual Arts Educator

Company: Riverview High School

Location: Sarasota, Fla.

As Jackie Henson-Dacey was involved with the arts, her husband was an educator, and became the influencing factor for her to teach the young minds in public school. 227 more words


7 tips to effectively use games and gamification in the college classroom

By Min Xiao
Ph.D. student, University of Florida

Many people think educational games are for elementary school students and adults are too old to play them. 994 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)

Developing an FYE Course for Exploring Students

I’ve been working on course development during the tail end of this semester and the holiday season. It’s been a fun process, since I’ve been able to collaborate with the other advisors for this new course since the beginning. 677 more words

Student Affairs

Mark J. Jordan, Ed.D.

Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: visibow consulting, LLC
Location: Syracuse, New York

Syracuse, NY, January 6, 2015, Mark J. Jordan, Ed.D, Chief Executive Officer of visibow consulting, LLC, has been recognized by Elite American Educators for dedication, achievement and leadership in educational consulting. 305 more words

Higher Education

The Index of Clumpiness, Part Three: One Dimension

In the last two posts, we talked about clumpiness in two-dimensional “star fields.”

  • In the first, we discussed the problem in general and used a measure of clumpiness created by taking the mean of the distances from the stars to their nearest neighbors.
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'Teaching Naked' provides strategies & insights into using technology as a college instructor

by Barbara Myslik
Ph.D. student, University of Florida

In his book “Teaching Naked” José Antonio Bowen, the President of Goucher College, presents a fascinating new way of looking at a role technology plays in post secondary education. 728 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)