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April Lidinsky
I have a tender spot for students who struggle to find their tone as they enter an academic conversation. I remember writing my first (terrible) essay in college with no idea how to assert my heartfelt (and weak) claim: “Shakespeare’s Hamlet is brilliant!”   So, ham-handedly, I conjured an antagonist and self-righteously
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Sydney Browne
This focus group will concentrate on the Child & Adolescent Development course market and the new Fuligni/Fuligni/Bayne child and adolescence project. Attendees will review the manuscript and participate in an active discussion around teaching and learning trends, best practices, and current course content. We will demo Developing Lives and
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David Myers
Climate change has arrived. Greenhouse gases are accumulating. The planet and its oceans are warming. Glaciers and Arctic ice are retreating. The seas are rising. Extreme weather is becoming ever costlier—in money and in lives. The warming Arctic and its wavier jet stream even help explain the recent polar vortex. If such threats came from a
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Roy Stamper
We know that many students who enter our colleges and universities are underprepared for the various challenges they face. We also know that, for a number of these students, the more traditional forms of academic support offered to them, like pre-curriculum or remedial courses in specific subject areas, simply have not been getting the job done.
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