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Sue Frantz
I read with interest a recent journal article on the benefits of having students share some good news from their lives. This study was done in a face-to-face class, but I’m wondering about the implications for online students.   Courtney Gosnell at Pace University randomly assigned her students to share good news with their classmates
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David Myers
Democracy presumes civic wisdom. When voters grasp truth, when facts prevail over misinformation, prudence prevails. When the electorate understands what actually advances (and threatens) human flourishing, it can inaugurate sensible policies and elect benevolent leaders. The collective wisdom of the cognizant is more astute than an
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jennifer.imazeki
Deriving a supply curve (experiment, demonstration) Instructor asks students the minimum price they would accept in order to shave their head. Alternatively, instructor could name prices and ask class how many students would be willing to shave their head at each price. Either way, results are tabulated into a supply curve. For larger classes,
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