Tag Archives: motivation

Crafting a Learner-Centered Syllabus

In self-report surveys, students indicate they consult syllabi fairly regularly (Calhoon & Becker, 2008)1.  Yet professors’ exasperated refrain “It’s on the syllabus!” has become so clichéd, it has been turned into a whole host of memes and paraphernalia. Why do … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and Blog On

Yet again, I must apologize (to the 10 of you that follow my blog) for my lengthy absence. After taking the fall semester off, I found myself back in the classroom, teaching for a new department, and with a brand … Continue reading

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Blogging Blues

This blog has confirmed something about my personality — I’m a fantastic idea-generator but terrible at follow-through!  When I created this blog a few months ago, I had a list of topics, a library of images, and even some witty … Continue reading

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