Priority tasking sounds simple in theory, but in reality, it is hard to implement. This type of ‘tasking’ allows you to identify how you should actually be spending your time, and where. A deep analytical look at your to do list will help you do this. One essential component of priority tasking is understanding that Read more about Priority tasking[…]
Dear Diary, I have been tasked with writing a blog post around the topic of inclusive pedagogy. This is a difficult task Diary. Diary, you have seen my thoughts on inclusive work and the things I try to do each week to include everyone in everything. From ensuring that every one’s voice is heard in Read more about Dear Diary[…]
My authentic teaching self would have to be a teacher that aims to empower the learners within the classroom, I want them to be teachers as well. My goal is for there to be a transfer of information rather than depositing. I do understand that I will have the formal title of lecturer/teacher/professor, and that Read more about My thoughts on authentic teaching[…]
This year, for the first time in my life, I was able to have a say in the final grade I achieved. In the Spring and the summer, I participated in two classes that allowed us, the students, the ability to give ourselves a final grade for the class. This was new territory for Read more about Wait, I get to choose my final grade?[…]
The world’s most famous chef approaches you in an empty room. You are sitting on a chair and there is only a table in the room. Opposite you is another chair. The chef sits down and says, “Today is your lucky day! I will make your favorite dessert and for free! It doesn’t matter Read more about To have dessert or to not have dessert[…]
Make no mistake, teaching is not for the faint of heart. The students we teach can be amazing bright individuals whose energy and hunger for learning can be the reason why we love the work we do and come in every day to teach. However, students also have the ability to throw all of the Read more about How to avoid teaching nightmares[…]
We tend to think that learning occurs inside and outside the traditional classroom. Inside the classroom is where a professor and students usually engage in learning. The type of learning that occurs will be influenced by the professor and the students. I included students because professors are not in a classroom to supply information and Read more about Where does learning truly happen?[…]
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