Monthly Archives: August 2013

Do you TEACH the way you LEARN? Do you TEACH the way THEY Learn?

The recent enewsletter article in Faculty Focus, How we Learn and How we Teach by Maryellen Weimer, challenges teachers to reflect on how they themselves learn and then make changes to their teaching so that students will have meaningful learning opportunities.  Now … Continue reading

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Back to School–Virtually!

I recently enrolled in an online course from Stanford University and have been surprised at how much I am enjoying it.  I have two desired learning outcomes for taking the course, How To Learn Math with Jo Boaler: I am always … Continue reading

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Think (and Learn) like a Philosopher!

Remember the movie I.Q. (1994)?  It was a romantic comedy in which Walter Matthau plays the legendary scientist Einstein.  There is a scene in that movie where Einstein’s scientist friends are standing around in a huddle under a tree, pondering … Continue reading

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