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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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Folks, we’re going to delve into something pretty dicey here, so as famous sorority chick at University of Maryland said, “Strap yourself down to your chair, this is going to be a rough ride” (in so many words). I want … Continue reading → Continue reading
So I came across this picture the other day, and thought it was tragically hilarious. Funny, right? Or maybe, too honest. Example: I literally almost ran over a student on main street this weekend who was crossing the road on … Continue reading → Continue reading
Typically I don’t include posts of the political persuasion because then everyone can figure out what a crazy libertarian I am. However, I think it is important to discuss this new CISPA (Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act). This proposed … Continue reading → Continue reading
This past Monday, I attended a Veterans in Society conference. Its key focus was the acclimation of veterans back into society, especially in a college setting. The speakers discussed everything from the military culture to maturity to testing out of … Continue reading → Continue reading
Yesterday and today I attended the “connections” conference at the Inn at VT & Skelton Conference Center. To be completely honest, conference attendance (of at least 2 sessions) was required in a class I am taking for the Future Professoriate … Continue reading → Continue reading
Those of you who read Pedagogy of Freedom may have had their memory jogged about a particularly terrible teacher or experience they had sometime in the course of academic growth. For me in particular, my 5th grade teacher and my … Continue reading → Continue reading
I guess instead of “mother-blog”, for the “GEDI” course, we should be linking up to the death star? Maybe that is too negative. Or just not funny. I’m actually really excited about looking at other blogs in the class. One … Continue reading → Continue reading
So, we talked about unwavering curiosity in class last week. How do we, as teachers, inspire unwavering curiosity? I have found, if you are lucky, there will be moments once or twice a semester where you can see the “gears” turning. … Continue reading → Continue reading
So I went to the first class for Pedagogy in the GEDI (Graduation Education Development Institute). Sidenote: This is pronounced “JEDI”, as in, Luke I am your father Jedi. Star Wars puns abound, including that we the students currently maintain … Continue reading → Continue reading