Thoughts from class – 10/18/15

Classes are challenging on many fronts, on many levels. How do I keep students engaged? How do I ensure that people of varying skill levels are appropriately challenged? How do I track the progress and challenges of each student? The particular challenge I’m facing now is how do I narrow down the many accomplishments from

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The Gratuitous Compliment Trend

The Gratuitous Compliment Trend Have you ever did something at work, or school, then asked for feedback only to be told “good job” without any sincerity behind it? You’re asking for feedback, not a pat on the head. You ask because you care about the quality of work you perform and want to improve. One

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