To: My Students From: Your Teacher Re: College and the Real World I just read about a senior engineering student who was presenting a design project in an upper-division business communications course. In the presentation, he talked about what he
Pokemon Go is proving to be more than just a fad, and these new apps have the power to transform learning in and outside the classroom for a new generation. The post Pokemon Go is the Future appeared first on
Nobody agrees on how offices should be designed. Let’s just start there. We don’t even agree on the merits of the American version of “The Office” versus the British original (my 2 cents: the American version is unintentionally darker because
Sleep has a big impact on learning. And not just when you do it in class. Sleep deprivation affects memory, cognition and motivation, and the effects are compounded when it’s long-term. For those reasons, there’s been lots of interest in
You’ve just returned from a Teaching Professor Conference or read of an innovative teaching strategy in a book you devoured. You desperately want to incorporate the innovations you’ve learned into your own courses, but at that exact moment, you feel
Interviewing subjects isn’t just that thing HR Managers do. In fact, interviewing can be a great form of experiential learning. This is true whether students are the interviewer or the interviewee. In fact, when we encourage students to ask questions
In just a few years, art education has gone from the easiest thing to cut in a school budget to an increasingly utilized teaching technique to increase student engagement and deepen understanding. Arts organizations with an education mission are teaming
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