From Faculty: Posts On Teaching & Learning

Bystander Intervention Training, Reflections

by Maryam Barrie, English/Writing On the Friday of winter break, the 24th of February, the English Department hosted a thought provoking Bystander Intervention Training offered by Ann Arbor’s Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice (ICPJ) in the Writing Center (LA355). Given that many people may not have been able to attend who were interested, I …

by Heather Zettelmaier, English/Writing (ESL) I didn’t know what to expect. There was no outrage. There was no panic. There was, as usual, a lot of silence, and twenty sets of eyes on me. In my English as a Second Language classroom during the week following January 27, 2017, I braced myself for an underlying …

By Victor Liu, Dean of Learning Resources and Chair of Strategic Priority Three In Winter semester 2016, with the assistance of Institutional Research, the joint faculty-and-staff team responsible for Strategic Priority Three—“Increasing Institutional Agility and Responsiveness to External Needs, Forces & Trends”—conducted an online survey on the faculty needs for a Center for Teaching and …

By Nagash Clarke, Chemistry stupid! stupid! stupid!   I know this…I studied this this morning…what is it again…? I need this C or it won’t transfer…I’m at a high D…would he round up? I could’ve begged for extra credit like that one girl who asks for it every class… Man I wish I was still at …