2003: Any questions? — (education)
Ways to engage your students
- Define a concept in your own words
- Explain familiar phenomena in terms of course concepts
2003: Things I wish they had told me — (education)
Find one or more research mentors and one or more teaching mentors,
and work closely with them for at least [...]
2003: Evaluations — (education)
- What do you like best about this course and/or the instructor? (List up to three things.)
- What do you [...]
2003: Quick ideas for in-class activities — http://www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/Columns/Quickone.html
The one-minute paper looks like a good idea.
- What are the two most important points brought out in class today [...]
2003: Great way to learn Japanese — From Mario:
The forest is in danger of being overrun by evil slime! The only way to defeat
them is to study [...]
2003: No glamour in teaching? — From http://www.ncsu.edu/felder-public/Columns/Norespect.html
The problem is, there’s no glamour in being a professor.
People don’t think of us as powerful and important, [...]
2003: Faculty meeting — (education)
- PAASCU revisit will be either end of this month or in October.
- List of recommendations
- Show interaction
- Fine arts. [...]
2003: Nobody asked me, but… — (education)
Eric contributed this education link:
It’s someone’s very strong opinions about teaching. Funny read.
2003: Research on Successful New Faculty — (education)
Identifies three aspects for new-teacher success
- Collegial support.
I experience a lot of collegial support. I regularly swap stories and
ideas with [...]
2003: http://aci.mta.ca/MtATeach/FirstYear.html — (education)
A collection of student comments and advice on first year teaching.
This is probably the page that
Dominique Cimafranca mentioned.
- make the [...]
2003: Human bingo — cs21a, education — (education)
Hah! My students let me get away with human bingo! Took longer
than I thought – adjusting time estimates accordingly [...]
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