25 mai 2016

Differentiated Instruction in the College Classroom

By Steven Mintz. One concept that higher education should borrow from K-12 educators is differentiated instruction. This is the notion – rooted in the one-room schoolhouse – that multiple forms of learning can take place simultaneously in a single classroom. Read more...

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What I Learned at the ASU GSV Summit

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/digital_tweed_blog_header.jpgBy Kenneth C. Green. Two weeks ago some 3,500 educators, education entrepreneurs, investors, and corporate executives, plus officials from government agencies and non-profit organizations, gathered in San Diego for the seventh annual ASU GSV Innovation Summit. Read more...

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Guest Review: ‘A Body, Undone: Living On After Great Pain’

By Oronte. Christina Crosby wakes in the hospital a few days after a life-changing bicycle accident. The roof of her mouth is wired; her mouth feels like metal. Read more...

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When I Was (Briefly) The Husband

By Lee Skallerup Bessette. A little more than two years ago, I decided that our family had had enough. We moved, I started a new job. More...

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Tips on How to Serve Your LGBTQIA Population

By Sophia Sanchez. According to the article “How to Manage a Job Search as a Transgender Candidate” by Jada A. Graves  featured in U.S. News & World Report online, from the onset, LGBTQIA students would have to make a decision for themselves on how to handle disclosure of their identity. More...

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The Millennial Learners

By Sophia Sanchez. The newest generation on the block, the Millennials, have brought with them change at a fast pace. This is evident in relationships, in the learning environment, and at the workplace. More...

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Student Experience, Customer Service, and the “Gig Economy”

By Elizabeth Lewis Pardoe. In the academy, we shun the term “customer service.” It belittles what we do, the impact that we have on students and on society. It makes it appear as if education were a commodity. More...

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Generational Hopscotch

By Elizabeth Lewis Pardoe. No matter where you alight on the political spectrum, you have likely read or heard that “older” women like Hillary and “young” women like Bernie. We middle-aged mothers frequently carry the label of the “sandwich generation,” because we offer simultaneous care to elders and progeny. More...

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Making Teams Work

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/StratEDgy%20Graphic%20Resized.jpg?itok=kIrUoz70By Margaret Andrews. I’ve been sharing a lot of what I’ve learned in using student teams with other faculty, as well as people that use faculty/staff teams in higher ed and ast week I conducted a webinar for the Global Business School Network titled Tips and Traps in Using Student Teams. Read more...

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The University And The Future of Work

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/StratEDgy%20Graphic%20Resized.jpg?itok=kIrUoz70By Margaret Andrews. The Solo Project, an organization that chronicles and supports the solo community, recently came out with a report, The New World of Work is Here and We are Not Ready. Lots of interesting information in the report and there is a lot for the higher education community to chew on, too. Read more...

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