As we move towards the day of turkey, I find myself fighting with a full inbox and calendar full of committee meetings. Particularly at this point of the semester it can be difficult to see the light at the end of the tunnel, let alone enjoy the journey through the dark. Continue reading Making Time for Thanks
Mathematics Senior Lecturer, Theresa Adsit, shares thoughts on her CATL Teaching Enhancement Grant funded project…
Having enjoyed the benefits of having randomized, computer generated homework problems available to assign to my Calculus and Intermediate Algebra students, I wanted to extend those same benefits to my Elementary Functions: Algebra and Trigonometry Math 104 students. Continue reading To Sum It All Up
Yesterday, the American Intercultural Center hosted a multicultural community round-table discussion at UW-Green Bay. We had several members of the local community come in and share their thoughts on how UW-Green Bay can become more of a presence in our minority community. Continue reading Supporting and Growing UWGB Diversity
This summer, I taught my first online course— Continue reading Reflections on My First Online Course
The Annual Conference for the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) was held in Quebec City last month. I had the privilege during this conference to hear a plenary from Bernard Petiot who is the Vice-President for Casting and Performance for Cirque du Soleil. He spoke on the environment that welcomes creativity at Cirque du Soleil and Continue reading Innovative Teaching & Cirque du Soleil
Working together to provide accommodations for students with disabilities.
As I enter my 16th year as the Disability Services Coordinator, I see change in accommodations for students with disabilities. Continue reading Disability Services
Prior to teaching my Public Policy Analysis students the practical skills needed to produce good policy analyses, I would spend time grounding practice in classic theories of policymaking. Every semester, about half-way into these discussions, I would wish I hadn’t even bothered. Continue reading Why Should I Care About Theory?
Have you ever thought about your course syllabi as a piece of scholarship that could introduced, assessed, and ultimately published in a peer-reviewed journal? Continue reading Hot Off the Press
P. H. D.
Three little letters. On their own, they don’t look all that impressive. Once you learn a little about their significance, though, you find that those three little letters mean a great deal. A Ph.D. is the highest academic degree. As such, it takes years of intensive study to earn one. With an introduction like that, you might get the impression that I wrote this blog post to brag about the prestige of a Ph.D. That’s not at all what this is about, as you’ll see below. Continue reading The Power of What We Can Do