When semester’s end looms it is not uncommon to see a larger number of empty seats in class. It is somewhat peeving for instructors to gaze out at such drops in attendance. Don’t sweat the small stuff. When teaching, there are a diverse array of factors that an instructor has to be aware of. On a […]
We all like having someone to blame. Whether it is the state of the economy, security, sanctions (or lack thereof), it just seems to feel better if we can point a finger. Learning is no exception. Educators point fingers all the time. Americans bemoan the state of public education. States experiment with different ways to […]
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