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  • Posted on: CISAH
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    Posted by 8 months ago
    Hope this is the right place to share this:

    10 Individual Reflections @ two points each (essentially “Gimmes”).
    Starting in Week Two, students are asked to develop (guided) reflections on their independent and (starting in Week Three) collaborative coursework for a given week. Not only do they articulate their new learning, they connect that to prior knowledge as well as examine their work habits and related choices. Students have the following options for these reflections:
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    My background in Scandinavian languages and literature keeps rearing its head in various ways after many years. Specifically,when it comes to folklore, magical tales, and perilous journeys toward maturation. In a way, I have become a pedagogical Ashland, of sorts, since coming to MSU in 2015. My journey, an ongoing quest if you will, has been in trying to find that one magical key, which will unlock the enchanted door to greater student interest and involvement in their general education c...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    My background in Scandinavian languages and literature keeps rearing its head in various ways after many years. Specifically,when it comes to folklore, magical tales, and perilous journeys toward maturation. In a way, I have become a pedagogical Ashland, of sorts, since coming to MSU in 2015. My journey, an ongoing quest if you will, has been in trying to find that one magical key, which will unlock the enchanted door to greater student interest and involvement in their general education c...
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  • Posted on: Reading Group for Student Engagement and Success
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    Hello again everyone! Our reading group on Student Engagement and Success is slated to meat for 90 minutes this Friday morning (October 22nd) at 10am. Hope to see you then. For your convenience, here are the questions we'll discuss (or use as jumping off points) related to Chapter One in our book Student Engagement in Higher Education, Third Edition:

    Questions on Pendakur, Quaye, and Harper (Ch. 1)

    1) What is your view of Pendakur, Quaye, and Harper’s assertion that U.S. higher educa...
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  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by about 1 year ago
    Last week, I developed another short explainer animation to help students/student learning teams get the ball rolling with their upcoming second collaborative project, due in a little over two weeks. The animation is based on, or informed by Harold Bloom's revised taxonomy. Here is the link for those of you who might like to take a look: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BI_W9qj38Bk

  • Posted on: #iteachmsu
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    Posted by over 1 year ago
    In a conscious attempt during the last two or three years to include high impact teaching practices as part of the courses I teach here at MSU, I have my students write reflections on their individual assignments each week, team reflections for their three collaborative projects, and an individual semester reflection during Week 15. Here are the guidelines I provide each week to help individual students (or student learning teams) craft their reflections:

    Guidelines for Writing an Effecti...
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