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- Feedback: What is it good for? November 13, 2017
- Join us in celebrating the WAC Digital Initiative Certification Launch next week Tuesday 11/14/2017! November 9, 2017
- What We Talk About When We Talk About Revision November 6, 2017
- At the crossroads, teaching the “Math-y” stuff to the self proclaimed non-math-y. October 30, 2017
- Strategies for Evaluating Student’s Work October 17, 2017
- How I learned to stop worrying and love statistics October 2, 2017
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At a recent WAC meeting, we watched this video of students relating their feelings about receiving graded papers back from instructors. The general theme among the students was that getting comments (often somewhat inscrutable negative ones like “Bad” or “No”) scribbled in … Continue reading
Our semester rolls on as we held the third of four faculty professional development workshops dealing with Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) teaching and planning strategies. If you missed our workshop last Thursday on Effective Grading and Minimal Marking, read our … Continue reading
It is that time again! The weather is getting warmer, the days are getting longer, and you can almost taste your favorite summer treats. (Watermelon! Mister Softee!) But before you can kick off your shoes and put your feet up … Continue reading
Spring Break has come and gone. Every instructor had their wish list of things to get done during break, when suddenly not having to prep for teaching freed up what seemed like days of free time. And yet…if you’re anything … Continue reading
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Recently, I sent a draft of some writing to my adviser with the comment, “the writing still needs some work, but please look at the overall points and let me know if you think I’m going in the right direction.” … Continue reading