Getting Started, Student-Centered Learning, Part 2: It’s All About You

By Cathy Davidson|August 5, 2015|Pedagogy Guide|4 comments

[Cross-posted from HASTAC] Part One: How Do I Get Started? A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing a Student-Centered Classroom Part I Part Two: It’s All About You Part Three: The Syllabus Part Four: Students Part Five: Collectively Writing a Constitution Part Six: Contract Grading and Peer Review   If learning were the sole objective of schooling, it would make good, common sense to teach to the needs, requirements, experience, and interests of

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Contribute to the CUNY Syllabus Project

By Danica Savonick|August 5, 2015|Of interest|0 comments

Check out the new CUNY Syllabus Project developed by Graduate Center doctoral students Laura Kane and Andrew G. McKinney. According to their website, the plan is to “create a robust resource that provides ways to search, compare, and visualize syllabi across institutions, disciplines, and departments.” You can help build this resource by contributing your syllabi (anonymously!) here.

How Do I Get Started? A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing a Student-Centered Classroom Part I

By Cathy Davidson|August 5, 2015|Pedagogy Guide|6 comments

[Cross-posted from HASTAC] Part One: How Do I Get Started? A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing a Student-Centered Classroom Part I Part Two: It’s All About You Part Three: The Syllabus Part Four: Students Part Five: Collectively Writing a Constitution Part Six: Contract Grading and Peer Review    OVERVIEW OF THIS SERIES Over the next several weeks I will blog some practical suggestions for things you might try if you want to

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