“Teachers who do not take their own education seriously, who do not study, who make little effort to keep abreast of events have no moral authority to coordinates the activities of the classroom” – Paulo Freire This week, I found
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More than ever before, students around the world are being exposed to various online learning environments. Many have no choice. Students are being thrown into a new learning environments brimming with technological bugs, limited interaction, and newfound levels of self-discipline.
I began this week by reading “Case-based Learning” from the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning. As I read, I reflected on the number of case-based and problem-based assignments that I have been assigned as a student or led as
I begin this post by recognizing that I have been the recipient of far fewer microaggressions than the majority people in this country. As a white male raised in the southern U.S., the most common microaggression directed at me is … Continue reading
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