From Faculty: Posts On Teaching & Learning

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 …

This Saturday, the Faculty Professional Development Committee is holding its first ever Part-Time Faculty Conference! Come join us for free food, free chair massages, and excellent teaching and learning conversations! Click here to view the schedule. RSVP here!  

Have you always dreamed of being in a spelling bee? Now’s your chance! The Family Learning Institute is holding a spelling Bee at the EMU Convocation Center on March 19th at 6pm.  In the past, a team of WCC faculty and administrators have participated in this spelling bee fundraiser. If you’re interested in representing WCC in this …

By Bethany Kennedy, Access Services Director Looking for ways to encourage entrepreneurial thinking in your courses? Find some inspiration and activities to incorporate into your courses from the Entrepreneurial Classroom Series. Each activity in the Entrepreneurial Classroom Series was developed to help introduce students to an entrepreneurial mindset. The activities can be adapted for a …

By Rob Cosgrove, English/Writing Department I’m ambivalent about a lot of things as teacher. For one, there’s the work of supporting and representing a turbulent matrix of constituencies: the institution, the discipline, and student learning. There’s also the uncertainty about “what works” for a teacher in facilitating learning, as the performance of individual students depends …