As a Graduate Teaching Fellow and doctoral student in the Speech, Language, Hearing department at CUNY, I was assigned, in August of… Continue Reading What a ride…
In today’s New York Times, Emory University professor Mark Bauerlein offers a stinging criticism of the culture of higher education. He bemoans… Continue Reading What’s the point of being a professor?
Hello All, Here are some screen shots of our first class map for Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech Mechanism at Lehman… Continue Reading LehmAnatomy & Physiology Class Map
This week’s lesson in “Mapping The Futures” involved the complex topic known as “student-centered pedagogy”, an approach with which I have had… Continue Reading A ‘Cognitive Surplus’ in the Bronx!
Dear All, I thought this article in the NY Times today was a propos of our discussion this afternoon and a significant… Continue Reading “College For a New Age” in the NY Times
I have upped the ante to try to get 100% participation from my Anatomy class at Lehman and thought I’d share the… Continue Reading Enticements to join in the fun of “Mapping The Future”…
Last Tuesday’s in-class discussion of assessment strategies really got my juices flowing. How was I going to get my 35 Anatomy students… Continue Reading Anatomy’s Assessment of Assessment
I have to admit that I was a bit reticent about trying a Think, Pair, Share exercise on a Friday morning Speech… Continue Reading Think, Pair, Share on Friday the 13th!