From Faculty: Posts On Teaching & Learning

April 6, 2016 9:00am – 1:00pm Would you like to have a professional in a specific field come and speak to your class? The Mentoring for Success Program can connect you with the professionals. Just provide us with 3 topics you would like to have the professional speak about.  The professional will come to your class …

By Anne Heise, Life Sciences The review below is a text version of a brief talk I gave at my division’s September meeting. It’s a review of a book about learning – a book that is therefore also a book about teaching! How We Learn, by Benedict Carey, is an entertaining survey of research into – …

By Nagash Clarke, Chemistry Students won’t  so much remember your well organized lecture notes, nor how quickly you record grades. They won’t so much remember how efficiently you covered the curriculum. They won’t remember your many teaching awards or accolades. They won’t  remember how many students successfully complete the program, nor how many transfer to excellent institutions. They …

by Bethany Kennedy, Director Access Services Do you want your students to find and use quality resources for their projects and research? Encourage your students to attend one of the upcoming library workshops. The Bailey Library has developed a one hour library orientation workshop that is available to all students for Fall 2015. The Amazing …

By Nagash Clarke, Chemistry As the semester nears its end, I sit on the other side of the desk, recalling the days when perspiration trickled down my back as I sat behind a paper carefully responding to questions. I now watch as futures are settled right before my eyes. You, my students, sit there hunched …