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You Are More Than Your Course Evaluations

Student course evaluations are problematic for a multitude of reasons. Rather than waiting until the end of the semester to gather student feedback, implement these informal assessment methods throughout the semester. Continue reading

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The Importance of Public Speaking

This post originally appeared on http://blogs.cofc.edu/tlt (where I write for work at the College of Charleston) The belief that people fear public speaking more than death has become so readily accepted that Jerry Seinfeld’s joke about preferring to be in … Continue reading

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Using Kaizena for Fast and Interactive Student Feedback

This post originally appeared on http://blogs.cofc.edu/tlt (where I write for work at the College of Charleston) Let’s be honest. Grading can be a drag. We may love teaching and mentoring students, but when faced with a stack of 100 essays, … Continue reading

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