Okay, let’s admit it. We are all aware that it’s time to hand out our course evaluations. It’s our turn to squirm while our students circle bubbles on bubble forms and scribble furiously.
‘Tis the Season for extensions
Our students are overwhelmed with the amount of work piling up now. Long-term projects are coming due. Senior thesis deadlines have arrived.
Come experience the pieces in person, or get a virtual sneak peek by clicking on this link!
Two site-specific, large-scale fabric installations by artist Todd Knopke will be adorning the walls of the Atrium of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center. The collages will be on display March 28-July 20.
After a long winter, the air is warming, birds are chirping, the snow has melted away! For some reason, this winter has seemed longer than usual. Probably because that’s what everyone’s been saying and after a while we tend to believe it. Winter was the same length as usual, of course.
Last week’s blog post gave a few ideas of kinds of assignments we could give our students that are challenging for them, but perhaps a little less onerous for us to grade. Here are a few more ideas. I think the key factors for me are variety, brevity and student ownership.