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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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Watch those faces

― Jeanne M. Slattery I keep coming back to thinking about what makes good teaching and learning. I recently saw Play-in-a-Day: six short plays that were written, rehearsed, and performed in less than 24 hours. This is the 13th year … Continue reading

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What makes great teaching?

— Jeanne Slattery What makes great teaching? In the last 20 years I’ve seen many different faculty in the classroom and, in my attempt to answer this question, have come up with many different answers, although some of these show … Continue reading

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