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- Comment on The Future of Higher Education Should Focus on K-12 by MohammadTanya, Thanks for raising this issue. I am not that familiar with the K12 educational system but my take away from your post is that many freshman students are not prepared enough for college. My experience of TA'ing approves your claim even for sophomores. For example many engineering major students are required to take statics […]
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Many states are set up with flagship and land-grant universities. Virginia has VT and UVA, South Carolina has USC and Clemson, and my home state of North Carolina features UNC and North Carolina State University. This makes a significant impact … Continue reading → Continue reading
Recently, I’ve been exploring social constructionist ideas in research and my personal life. I agree with Kenneth Burke, that life is a reflection of symbol use. Burke goes on to say that when the heart stops beating, the symbol-user stops…..using, … Continue reading → Continue reading
On the course CN site, I posted a video about Google Glass, an augmented reality technology that is always working for those wearing the glasses. Users just say “Ok Glass, take photo [or other command here].” It is a device … Continue reading → Continue reading
This week I’ve been considering a change for the next semester of my teaching experience. My course design requires students to keep track of dates when online assignments are due. Although I give them all the information in class before … Continue reading → Continue reading
This week we read an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education titled “Setting Students’ Minds on Fire.” I really enjoyed this article and discussion of how to make students care in classes. I recently read a book titled “Teaching … Continue reading → Continue reading
Over the past few weeks I have been speaking with students in passing about problem based learning (PBL), and group projects. I have found that students do not like these assignments just as I did not as an undergraduate. Two … Continue reading → Continue reading
This week we had a group of readings on problem-based learning. While I believe PBL is a good idea in education, I think it should be only implemented where the material allows and where all group members can benefit. Material- … Continue reading → Continue reading
Briefly on global learners- I think that globalism does not serve people as well as localism. While many other students of this generation have traveled far and wide, I believe I know more about myself and the world around me … Continue reading → Continue reading
This week I read a collection of readings on diversity in higher ed and creating global citizens. This got me thinking about some of the people I know who have traveled abroad or interacted with international students more than I … Continue reading → Continue reading
Re: Papert’s “Yearners and Schoolers” Again I see an unhealthy amount of focus on technology in our reading. Papert almost describes a space between the young girl interested in giraffes sleeping and the actual safari animals’ habits. Communications technologies are … Continue reading → Continue reading