Engagement. . .it’s another one of those words that’s regularly bandied about in higher education. We talk about it like we know what it means and we do, sort of. It’s just that when a word or idea is so
Using technology in the classroom is one of those issues that makes it easy to be a fence sitter. It’s difficult to be 100% for the use of educational technology all of the time, when there are so many convincing
Those who write about teaching persona (the slice of our identities that constitutes the “public teaching self”) encourage us to start by reflecting on the messages we want to send to students. A dialogue with ourselves is a useful beginning,
“The best projects were always those with a good collaborative team,” said Roger Ferch, president of the American Institute of Steel Construction, at the recent BIMForum in Orlando, Fla., where he was speaking of successful construction projects. And that’s where
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