I joined the Mapping course with excitement, passion, and, admittedly, a discomfort with the unknown. As I surfed the web of Google… Continue Reading My Mapping Journey: Lessons in Focusing In, Challenging the Assumed, and More
On Friday, May 1, Natalie Oshukany, Evan Misshula (in absentia), and Rachel Oppenheimer modified their Life Barriers & Persistence Mapping/Futures Unit for… Continue Reading Bringing ‘Structuring Equality in the Classroom’ to the Purposeful Pedagogy Conference
In our Adult Education classrooms, as is true to some degree in all of our classrooms, students use their bodies to express all sorts… Continue Reading How should we be in the classroom?
Mapping the Futures of Higher Education Unit Recap – March 24 & 31 – Professors & Persistence 4:15-6:15 pm Group 3:… Continue Reading Professors and Persistence: Caring Instruction and Structural Equality in the Classroom
At the end of last week, I had the fortune to substitute teach for an evening class and then the subsequent morning… Continue Reading Two Chances at the Same Lesson, or, It’s Nice to Have a Do Over
In last week’s class, we talked about assessment. Formative assessment, summative assessment, and how we use assessment wisely (or not) to activate… Continue Reading Assessment and Mindset, and My Journey in the Struggle