Thursday, February 13th, from 12:15-2:15pm in Serra Hall 204 Presented by: Chia-Yen Lin & Greg Grassi (Director & Associate Director of International Student and Scholars), Lynn McGrath (Associate Professor, Mathematics), Neena Din (Assistant Dean, CAS Dean’s Office), Tom Dalton (Professor, Accountancy and Taxation), & Continue reading
Title: Making Social Network Connections for Research and Teaching Location: MRH 135 (SOLES) Description: Michele Magnin, Ph.D. (Languages and Literatures) will share her innovations using Facebook and oral blogging with Wimba and Matt Zwolinksi, Ph.D. (Philosophy) will discuss the benefits Continue reading
“As smartphones become ubiquitous, educators debate how to take advantage of their unique strengths for learning while minimizing their disruptive influence.” Follow this link to read the article.
Title: Lunch & Learn: Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Classroom Location: UC Forum B Link out: Click here Description: Working successfully with students with symptoms of Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism disorders requires an understanding of their behavior and knowledge of Continue reading
College instructors seek creative, sensible ways to manage common distractions (cell phones, side talk, the dog-ate-my-homework) and also face challenging behavior once rare in the traditional college classroom: lack of preparation, an attitude of entitlement to course completion with little Continue reading