Aracelie_Reading_2 Mar

Aracelie’s thoughts earlier this week – “So will this be like McKinney’s book?  Are they going to give me in depth pointers on how to address my research question?  This book is much bigger than McKinney’s…I thought it was a workbook when I bought it, but I don’t see any activity pages.  Plus, I don’t […]

Aracelie_Reflection_16 Feb Class

In our first class back after the snowstorm of 2010, we took some time to regroup and discuss where we were with respect to assignments and that day’s class.  We talked about our presentations for the following week on our assigned books.  As of classtime, I had not gotten my book, but from the way […]

Jason Bishop: Making the Most of College

Okay.  So I printed this out and took it to class with me instead of posting on the blog (mistake one), then I forgot to hand it in in class (mistake two)!  So here is my one page summary of the book that I presented last night. Richard J. Lights highlights the importance of involving […]

Teddy’s Reading Log 02.23.2010

Teddy’s Reading Log 02.23.2010  For class session 02.23.2010  The book Opening Up Education focuses on the development of Open Educational Resources or OER. The 38 prominent scholars that authored this book promote learning platforms beyond the traditional classroom. The open education movement demands full access to education anywhere, anytime for students everywhere! Students engage learning […]

Carrie Ann’s 2/16 Class Reflection

I have to admit it was nice to be back in the classroom after two weeks of class absence due to the Snowpocalpyse or Snowmaggedeon, whatever you want to call it.  That has been the first time in my academic career to have two consecutive weeks of classes cancelled due to snow and I hope […]

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