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June 8: Designing for Open Pedagogy

Designing for Open Pedagogy

Please join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) for a free and open webinar on Designing for Open Pedagogy.  381 more words


Module 1: ISTE Standard 1 Reflection

ISTE Standard 1: Teachers use their knowledge of subject matter, teaching and learning, and technology to facilitate experiences that advance student learning, creativity, and innovation in both face-to-face and virtual environments. 422 more words


Celery - part II: Biology isn't like physics

To continue on the theme of ‘there can be too much of a good thing, because too much of anything will not leave space for anything else’ (which I am now tempted to refer to as ‘The celery issue’), in most lower-level science classes at our institution there seems to be a increasing emphasis on problem-solving exercises. 650 more words

Toward a More Readable Syllabus

One of my end-of-the-school-year rituals involves reflecting on my courses, reviewing my syllabi as I think about what worked well and what did not, and thinking about what I will do differently next time around. 279 more words

Writing Life

Enjoy What You Do...

…appreciate what you can; love what you can make; favor what you may achieve: see here a few amalgamations of affect and competence. Liking and performing, two realms when closely connected can do miracles. 318 more words

School-time Theme

Story Lines

“There is fiction in the space between the lines on your page of memories” is the opening lyric in a beautiful song by TRACY CHAPMAN (1).   363 more words

School-time Theme

Standard 5.4

Standard 5.4 is Managing Student Behavior by Establishing Expectations: Standards of Conduct are Clear to All Students. To me, this means that teachers need to explain to students how they should act during a particular lesson (and/or in their class at all times) frequently before lessons so that students can remember what is expected and the consequences if rules go unfollowed. 308 more words

Student Learning