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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: May 14, 2012
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Using simulation technology to create real world experiences

Dr. Gallagher uses a sophisticated medical mannequin to train residency students how to treat patients in emergency... see more
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Author: Graham Glynn
Date Added: Sep 21, 2010 Date Modified: Feb 14, 2012
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Using student focus groups to provide feedback on course design

Ed discusses his experience with early semester evaluation of his course using student focus groups. The groups are formed... see more
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Date Added: Sep 21, 2010 Date Modified: Feb 14, 2012
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Using writing as tool to promote critical thinking skills

Professor Haddad teaches writing in a small workshop setting in the School of Journalism.  He uses the Socratic Method to ... see more
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Author: Graham Glynn
Date Added: Sep 16, 2010 Date Modified: Feb 14, 2012
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