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edutopia 21h
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Dr. Klodiana Kolomitro 10h
"When precarity wants us to feel isolated, alone, and in perpetual competition with each other, there is a radicalism in being generous with each other, through coalition building, collaboration, and solidarity"
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University Affairs 7h
"If we ask individuals to embrace failure without overhauling the institutional systems that do not recognize or value messy journeys, we are being deeply irresponsible," writes .
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Dave Haslam Sep 19
Learn a language, it might help you find a way to change your perspective on life...
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Jessica Riddell Sep 20
Thanks and : empathy is the deliberate practice of fellow feeling, a relationship grounded in a sort of radical unknowing, an un-possessing openness to the Other — not something you have but something you do. Literature helps us exercise that muscle
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Phil Baty Sep 19
An Orwellian new job title - but I am absolutely thrilled to be part of a brilliant leadership team at - supporting &
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Amani Bell Sep 18
Talking about writing today. We discussed inspiration from Keith Trigwell Helen Sword & more, including this quote from Lee Shulman:
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Alan S. Martino Sep 20
A great collaboration with Dr. , Breagh Cheng, Mythili Nair, and Dr. Torgny Roxå. "Cues, emotions and experiences: How teaching assistants make decisions about teaching."
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Jessica Riddell Sep 19
I’m auditing this class! Please follow along as I live tweet through these collaborative learning sessions. Class is tonight at 5:30pm (EDT): this week we will bend our minds around general relativity, the relationship b/t space & time, time dilation and length contraction.
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University Affairs Sep 19
: We've launched an advice column for academics seeking to communicate their research effectively. Direct your questions to !
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University Affairs Sep 19
Sharing your research with the public can change minds
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Dr. Chick Lit Sep 19
A literary-scholar-teacher-SoTLer to watch: Paul T. Corrigan. Check out his “The State of Scholarship of Teaching Literature”
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Jessica Riddell Sep 19
Class just started in the beautiful RBC telepresence hub in the new Learning Commons. We are getting ready to beam in to the other 3 campuses of for our TIME course. Tonight we are taking about general relativity + the relationship between space & time
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ISSOTL 2018 Sep 12
You'll want to hear this! Come to for Building Souls and CVs with a Student-Run Podcasting Course by Jessica Riddell, Emily Liastis, and Ethan Pohl
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University Affairs Sep 16
Research has shown that focusing on gratitude improves participants’ affect and “that a conscious focus on blessings may have emotional and interpersonal benefits.”
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Rachel Forsyth Sep 5
Why do we believe that teaching is something which is naturally acquired, rather than something that we all, always, need to learn more about? Why is there a myth of a naturally gifted teacher? asks
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Tom Lowe Sep 5
: “asking colleagues to collaborate when we are all trained to compete is difficult” keynoting - couldn’t be more relevant at a time of University competition, emphasis on & higher accountability
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Jeffrey Masten Sep 8
A research university president speaks out directly on the crucial role of the in the world to come. More of this, please—
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Sean Michael Morris Sep 12
It is urgent that we have teachers. Introducing a new volume from me and , covering 18 years of our work together—on , , and more. Available open access, or for purchase. All proceeds benefit Hybrid Pedagogy.
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Jean-Paul Boudreau Sep 12
Article explores in Canada as a ‘social and economic leveller’ + the need for a national strategy for our students
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