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Kim Hellemans Sep 11
One of my students called me their “least stressful professor.” Does less stressful = easy? Nope. It means I teach challenging material but provide adequate support. Our students are facing many stressors; I’m glad I am not one of them.
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Merrill Lynch Sep 12
has historically paid off—but is that changing? The panelists in our latest explore the finances (and value) of :
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Dr. Monica Rivera Mindt Sep 11
's searing piece on highlights that for many (including me), classes weren’t the hard part. The unique economic & familial demands make the struggle very real & can do MUCH better. .
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Dr. Alec Couros Sep 6
What software, tool, system, approach, methodology, etc. do you use to manage, track, and complete all of your personal and professional tasks/goals? Anyone? Anyone?
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Sol Gamsu Sep 13
There are three permanent posts going in . We're looking for people whose work speaks to one/more of our 4 rsch themes: Communities & social justice Health & Social Theory & social inequality Violence & abuse
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Carly Drake Sep 6
I made a personal branding worksheet for my marketing students to do in class today! I'm excited to see what they come up with. Maybe it will be useful to you and/or your own students? DM me if you want the PDF version!
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Dr. Mordecai I. Brownlee Sep 13
Happy Friday, educators! Have a productive day empowering the lives of your students and remember to keep your health a priority!
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Allen West Sep 13
Today we are leaving port in Italy, heading into the Mediterranean. However, before heading out to sea, I answered two of today's "Ask Allen" questions
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S Brent Plate 19h
"rigorous" and "critical" are two words I use less and less for my pedagogical methods and interests. Thinking/teaching more and more about "creative" and "constructive" and "connective".
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N. N. @echte_lehre Sep 13
Well, I must admit that I am a huge fan of papers that critically discuss the relevance of evidence-based practice in education, e.g. Never get's old to remind people that is not medicine, thus a different kind of understanding is needed here ;)
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Mellon Foundation Sep 9
As American colleges become increasingly racially and ethnically diverse, the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship works to improve representation among the professoriate. Watch and learn more:
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Dr. QueenB Sep 12
Working diligently to build a robust, justice-oriented qualitative research graduate certificate and PhD program at the University of Florida. Stay tuned for the first event on the horizon.
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OmbudsJournal Sep 12
Throwback Thursday article by ! “Trends should be brought to light when a systematic response seems warranted – when concerns seem to be frequent or serious.”
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MichelleVangay Sep 12
Great and insightful presentation on Appreciative Advising by keynote speaker: Benjamin Forche.... It is good to be reminded of the great jobe we do in Higher Education
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John Urschel Sep 9
This is an incredibly important topic. What’s the difference between equity & equality? addresses this in The Equity Equation white paper, check it out:
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Karen Costa Sep 12
I met with a professor friend today who wanted to pick my brain about videos, and every question he asked me is answered in my book, and I'm maybe feeling a little excited to share it with all of you when is February is it here?
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UoPeople Sep 11
"I'm amazed at the resilience, drive, and creativity of the students." - Dr. Thom Gillespie, UoPeople Instructor
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Matthew Brett Sep 11
As a communications person in , I am drawn to this profession because it gives me a sense of purpose to advance public education and help improve the world we live in, a little bit. What's gives you a sense of purpose at work?
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Rebecca Sellers 17h
Not a bad piece of post to come home too.
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Jason Browning Sep 12
From Italy, I can log into my bank accounts, transfer funds, review legal documents, and work. But try to log into Univ of Wyoming to look at coursework, submit an assignment, etc. -- site blocks it and demands 2-factor authentication. security theater is real.
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