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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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Category Archives: GEDI Spring 2013
Discussions about funding as well as the question “is education a right or privilege” got me thinking; how do we value education? When we talk about how much something is valued, we want to quantify “value” and the easiest way … Continue reading → Continue reading
Blogging about blogging…meta reflection seems appropriate for the end of the semester. It’s not that there aren’t a bunch of other topics I could blog about. I actually have a list of thoughts I wanted to compose posts about on … Continue reading → Continue reading
I have a question that I could use some help with. Does anyone know of research papers or published evidence that students from learner-centered and PBL based educational systems perform better in the job market? This question is a result … Continue reading → Continue reading
I totally out did myself once again on a strawberry rhubarb pie. If I do say so myself, I make ridiculously delicious pies. Which has nothing to do with pedagogy really except that something occurred to me as I was … Continue reading → Continue reading
I really enjoyed the multitasking exercise that we did in our GEDI class; it helped me to realized about the difference between mental and physical multitasking, the former does not improve our performance ( I thought it did) , and the latter is sort of automatic and mechanical ,something that we (women) are used […] Continue reading
Leadership. What is that? Before you read any further, just make a mental note or jot down some characteristics that you think make a good leader. Here is a website that describes characteristics of a good leader (I don’t think … Continue reading → Continue reading
I will never get tired of saying education….education….education is the key for almost everything! I am sorry if I talk to much about education and health, I just can’t help it!!! It is important for students that plan to be professors to see the impact of their teaching in their students. Professors have many responsibilities, […] Continue reading
Access to education is a global problem, in developing countries getting K-12 education is still an issue while in most places of U.S is not. More information about “Higher Education in the Developing World” here. Which is the root cause for U.S ranking in 12th percentile while compared with other countries? Many things come to […] Continue reading
I think I’m going to refer to Dr. Fowler as my “dealer” from now on. She’s the one who introduced me to the iPad. “Sure!” I thought to myself, “I’ll check out an iPad…I’m curious what all the fuss is … Continue reading → Continue reading
Mike’s post about interdisciplinary versus multidisciplinary made me think a bit (and comment). After commenting, I realized that I wanted to share an example of an interdisciplinary educational approach close to us – JMU’s ISAT program. My sister happens to … Continue reading → Continue reading