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Designing for Learner Engagement in Online Courses

Posted by Dr. Suzan Koseoglu, Academic Developer at Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre at Goldsmiths, University of London. Suzan and her colleague Isobel Bowditch talk about seven areas you might consider in online course design:  32 more words

Inclusive Practice

180 Ideas: #4 Choose your own Strategy

As a teacher, sometimes I was pretty good at showing students lots of different ways to solve a problem. I often wasn’t so good at asking them to make sense of… 315 more words



Jennifer L. Erickson, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Ball State University Muncie, Indiana 47306-0435

E-mail: jlerickson@bsu.edu

Employment and Education

  • 2017-present Associate Professor of Anthropology, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana…
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The Primary Failure of Modern Education

There are many criticisms[1] that can be made of the present system of Western education, which, in both its form and objectives, has been greatly influenced by the false ideas of that ignoramus Plato, who was thoroughly corrupted by his teacher and hero, Socrates, to the grave detriment of vast numbers of people in succeeding ages around the world, even unto the present age. 3,521 more words


A workshop on Imagery & Its Application at Venkateshwar Global School, Rohini

Some things have been basic to humans which have not changed since the early man to ‘modern man’ days. One of these things is the process of encoding information. 373 more words

The Eighth Dimension Consultancy

The Remix of Professional Development and Classroom Experiences

The following is an excerpt from my promotion packet “Education and Growth Statement”:

The beauty of working in the community college environment is the breadth of exploration one can do within a discipline rather than working within a niche. 893 more words