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School’s almost out for the year, but let’s take a moment to recognize some A+ on-screen mentors.
Why, when students enter university, are the connected-learning environment and teacher-student interactions so frequently left by the wayside?
Is the increase of a few violent crime categories in a few neighborhoods of a few cities tragic? Yes. Is it a crime wave
"If either one of us had been single ... there would have been some chemistry."
Professor X does provide a final argument. These non-traditional students are "preserved in the amber of 1990," as he or
One morning in September 1974, having just earned my M.A. in English and begun my long trek to a Ph.D., I borrowed my sister's car and drove to Lehman College in the Bronx, where I had just been hired to teach freshman composition.
BE ENGAGING: If you have 10 or so students on Facebook in a class of 200, that's not terribly unusual. But if 100 students
I am a sixty-five-year-old college professor standing in front of a class of seniors when my lecture suddenly veers wildly off course and I find myself talking about Irene McKee, my fifth-grade teacher. Here's what I tell them.
Kudera's imagery and language are heightened with Michael's voice as he declares near the end, while invoking Rousseau, "Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains, yes, and these chains do not always imply there are other human beings in a man's life.
Our brains are constantly being shaped wittingly or unwittingly -- most of the time unwittingly. Through the intentional shaping of our minds, we can shape our brains in ways that would enable these four fundamental constituents of well-being to be strengthened. In that way, we can take responsibility for our own minds.
"It's just about me looking out for and taking care of my students."
Marco Rubio: An easy one -- Batman's sidekick Robin, the boy wonder? Ben Carson: A modern-day version of Jerry Lewis's character
But this obvious statement keeps showing up in the very Bible to which they pledge fealty. The author of St. John's writings
Unlike most adjunct professors who face economic hardships, I did exactly this (paid myself) for six years. I had been a technical writer for 30 years and along the way some gigs paid well. I saved a lot, invested, and managed to remain debt-free.
Daniel Krebs, a professor at the University of Louisville, took on babysitting duties after one of his college students’ babysitter bailed at the last minute. Monica Willard was getting ready for her exam December 2 when her babysitter called to cancel. She brought her 4-year-old son Marcus and 5-year-old daughter Mikayla to the final and set them outside the classroom.