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Barbara Zahn

Title: University Supervisor

Company: University of Phoenix

Location: Franktown, Colo.

Dr. Barbara Zahn is the university supervisor member of the school administration department, and she also works in the TED program for the Colorado campus. 254 more words


Language input through project-based learning (My IATEFL 2015 presentation)

This year I gave a presentation at IATEFL Manchester on the topic of Project-Based Learning. This draws heavily on some of the work my colleagues and I have been doing at West College Scotland in developing our full-time ESOL programmes. 35 more words


Inquiry and Integration in the Specialist Classroom

The information below is an adapted presentation of an in-house professional development workshop I held for a group of single-subject teachers (i.e. specialists). The presentation touches on ways specialists can integrate more authentically into primary subjects when units don’t match up. 41 more words


Cynthia Maddox

Title: President, Founder

Company: Ace Horizons Corporation

Location: Garfield, N.J.

The most gratifying aspect of Dr. Cynthia Maddox’s career is being accessible to people facing difficulties. 181 more words

Curriculum Development

Academic dishonesty in college classes -- Pro-active and reactive efforts for teachers

by Julie Dodd

Academic dishonesty.

Every college instructor is concerned about that issue.

We want to evaluate each of our students on his/her own work. We want students developing standards of ethical behavior to carry forward into their professional and personal lives. 842 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)

Greetings… and introduction.

My name is Dylan McShain. I am an international teacher currently working at an American Academy in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. I have also worked at a bilingual international school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States. 463 more words


How to handle distractions, disruptions and discipline issues in the college classroom

by Steven Gallo
University of Florida Master’s student

It’s a topic that many teachers think they’re prepared for, but it’s easy to get caught off guard when confronted with a discipline problem or some other disruption in the classroom. 1,015 more words

Mass Communication Teaching (MMC 6930)