Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Method Acting Approach to Student Engagement

― Mel Michel On the first day, we all encounter it. A sea of faces: wide-eyed or jaded. Looking out over a large section of an introductory course can be like approaching Class VI rapids for an expert kayaker. We … Continue reading

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It’s the bees knees

― Jeanne M. Slattery The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. ~ Marcel Proust I ran across this photo recently as I was reading I fucking love science, a site on … Continue reading

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Read the d*** syllabus!

― Jeanne M. Slattery, Aaron Richmond, Michelle Haney, Nathanael Mitchell, and Robin Morgan We have just gotten back from Washington, DC, where we presented on syllabi for the American Psychological Association. We have worked together for several years as part … Continue reading

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