How important is the PR aspect of our teaching? The first day of class is the time to do the major PR for your course. Let’s say you begin a course with the following statement: “You will find this … Continue reading →
At the beginning of July I started preparing for my three fall courses. Doesn’t this seem insanely early? Now, I’m worried I don’t have enough time! Already panicking. I am teaching a couple of courses that I haven’t taught in … Continue reading →
How do you best learn? What were your best learning experiences? What made them so good? Use these experiences to think about how you might incorporate some of those characteristics into your teaching. Here are two of my best learning … Continue reading →
Today’s post comes from Alex Raz, class of 2016 and Art Center Student Docent.
FLLAC’s current exhibition is confrontational—and I’m not just referencing the show’s visually suggestive and potentially triggering content
Right now (or maybe a couple of weeks ago), the new entering freshmen-to-be are selecting their first college courses and are being assigned one of us as a pre-major adviser. They are dreaming of the college life and are getting … Continue reading →