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A Letter to My Advisees: Let’s Make This a Good Semester!

– Jeanne M. Slattery To my Advisees, It’s the start of a new semester and both you and I want this to be a good one. Stop for a minute and consider what you’ve done in the past that have … Continue reading

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Using tests to meet course goals

― Jeanne M. Slattery I am teaching a course that I haven’t taught in six years. While coming back to an old course sometimes feels like more work than developing a new one, it’s been useful to see this course … Continue reading

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Moving Beyond Memorization: Students Understanding Content and Concepts

— Mark L. Mitchell For years, one student question bothered me: “How can I do better on the tests?” Many times, it bothered me because the student and I both knew very well what the answer was: “Study more and study … Continue reading

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