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online course: intro to stats with R

This Summer, Felicia Zhang and I are developing an online course with the Princeton McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. Below is an overview of the course, which will be accessible in Fall, 2018: 514 more words


The Difference

As I head back on the train to London to meet my baby nephew for the first time, I continue to reflect on the events of the week thus far. 630 more words

My Insights

Behavior modification

I’m actually kind of shocked that no one mentioned that the same lessons I want to teach my daughter, noted last week in my post… 471 more words

Daily Dose

The Year in Review

This has been one of the most challenging years I can remember, and I’ve had a few. I have had to rethink my teaching and student learning several times and am feeling like I came up short. 576 more words


DIY Art: Teaching ASD Students about Themselves and Friendship.

Teach Autism Spectrum Disorder Students What They Already Know.

A characteristic of ASD is that children are lonely, however, to be lonely means that we understand the difference between having friends and not having friends. 378 more words


DeLillo in the Classroom: Teaching White Noise in Freshman Composition

Newsletter 4.1

— Ryan Sandowicz

As I reflect on teaching White Noise in my freshman composition class, I mostly think of the analysis the novel receives by my students on the final exam.  965 more words

Throwback Thursday

VIPKID: Pre-VIPKID Trials Tips and Tricks!

I have been teaching with VIPKID for a few months now. In my previous life I was a kindergarten teacher for many years so I was always curious about the Pre-VIPKID level, the earliest level meant for 3-4 year olds. 729 more words