If you’re assessing the Communications General Education Outcome this semester, Friday, April 15th is the date when your General Educational Report Form should be submitted to your Academic Chair and the Assessment Coordinator (Nick Roster). Review the Communications Instructions. All Communications Gen. Ed. Outcomes should be posted within your Moodle gradebook. We held several workshops earlier in… Continue Reading April Learning Outcomes Workshops
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Where’s Cousin Eddie? He normally eats these things. This was one of many Christmas Vacation quotes that were being thrown around yesterday at my house. We had a visit from a flying squirrel who made his way into our furnace. After attempting to catch the little guy with various garden tools, just as the squirrel… Continue Reading Moodle Outcomes and Flying Squirrels
“Father Guido Sarducci – the character played by comedian Don Novello on Saturday Night Live in the 1970s – got some of his biggest laughs with a plan for a Five Minute University. Five years after they leave college, Sarducci noted, most graduates can only remember about five minutes’ worth of all the facts they… Continue Reading What Will Students Remember from Your Class?
The glorious sun has finally chased winter away just in time for the push towards finals week. After six months of cold and grey, it is a challenge to keep focused on anything indoors—especially for those students who already struggle with school. Fortunately, flipping one’s perspective to incorporate ‘real world’ experiences can take advantage of… Continue Reading Five Tips for Using Spring Fever as a Springboard for Learning
Sports dominated the TV this weekend with Red Wings games and Michigan State playing in the Final Four. Watching, I thought about how successful coaches and players maintain intensity until the last possible second and how as instructors we can do the same for our students as they finish out the semester. Out of curiosity,… Continue Reading Preparing Students for the Home Stretch