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The Crisis of Significance and the Future of Education

This is a video that captures the keynote speech given by Michael Wesch, Kansas State University, at the 2008 Online Educa... see more
Material Type: Presentation
Author: Online Educa Berlin
Date Added: Mar 31, 2009 Date Modified: Apr 08, 2015
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The impact of learning styles on course design and delivery.

Stephanie discusses what learning styles are, how they impact a student’s ability to learn and why it is important for... see more
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Author: Graham Glynn
Date Added: Sep 16, 2010 Date Modified: Sep 18, 2014
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Using problem based learning and recreational logic games to build student interest and confidence

Dr. Mar is the founding director of the Stony Brook Philosophy Department Logic Lab.  In this lab faculty use games and... see more
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Author: Graham Glynn
Date Added: Sep 16, 2010 Date Modified: Sep 18, 2014
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Using SoTL Inquiry to Connect High School and University Teachers

Poster Session from "Weaving Patterns of Practice," 2008 POD Network/NCSPOD Conference.This poster describes a new program... see more
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Author: Ben McFadyen, Peter Felten, Katie King
Date Added: Dec 05, 2008 Date Modified: Dec 05, 2008
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What It Takes to Help Students Succeed

President of the University of Maryland-Baltimore County since 1992, Freeman A. Hrabowski III thinks he knows what students... see more
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Author: Freeman Hrabowski, Sara Lipka
Date Added: Mar 31, 2015 Date Modified: Mar 31, 2015
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