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Part I (an opening)
Go, go, go, said the bird: human kind
Cannot bear very much reality.
Time past and time future
What might have been and what has been
Point to one end, which is always present.
T.S. Eliot, “Burnt Norton,” Four Quartets
In systems that exhibit little to no change, prognostication is rather straightforward: a…
Beyond Classroom Settings: Collaboration, Connectivity, and Learning with New Technologies
By Dr. Susana Sotillo, Associate Professor, Linguistics, Montclair State University.
I was browsing through Penn State’s excellent Media Commons site and came across The Appetizer Assignment, presented as an easy video project for faculty and students. The web page includes…
[Reblog from Education Week; original story written by Laura Heinauer Mellett on September 18, 2013 9:57 AM]
“Social media is one of the trendiest ways teachers are enhancing lessons and engaging students both in and out of the classroom.
With just a…
by Kristin L. Fitzsimmons (MFA, UMinn)
When undergraduates enter university classrooms, they’re coming from various educational backgrounds and experiences. They will all have different…
A new Stanford study shows that students learn better when first exploring an unfamiliar idea or concept on their own, rather than reading a text or watching a video first.
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I don’t know about all of you, but I have found some plagiarism over the past week or so. Last night, particularly, an essay came back from Safe Assign with a 70% rate of plagiarism. It was a documented essay…