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Suzanne McCormack
The topic for this week’s blog came to me in a dream: I was handing out a 10-page exam to students in US History II when I realized I did not have enough copies for the entire class. I ran back to my office to print more but could not find the file on my thumb drive. Gone. Lost forever. I was left with a terrifying question: how would I
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Becky Anderson
Using an approach that is data-informed, student-centered, fully immersive and just in time, we are transforming the look and feel of Sapling for General Chemistry. We have worked with YouTube sensation Tyler DeWitt to take Sapling to the next level. In this 25 minute session, Tyler will explain his approach to teaching General Chemistry and how
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Andrea A. Lunsford
  If you haven’t heard of the Listen First Project, check them out! Devoted to mending “the frayed fabric of America by bridging divides one conversation at a time,” this project is currently celebrating its fifth year of work: We believe in the power of starting new conversations that move from 'us vs. them' to 'me and
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Andrea A. Lunsford
  On November 24, S. Matthew Liao wrote an op-ed piece for The New York Times titled “Do You Have a Moral Duty to Leave Facebook?” Liao, who teaches philosophy and bioethics at NYU, examines a number of reasons for deleting Facebook—for your own good as well as for the good of others. He points out the most obvious reasons:
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