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Things I think about before I ever walk into a classroom #4(5): What Are My Pedagogical Values, and How Am I Going To Implement Them In My Teaching?
Things I think about before I ever walk into a classroom #4(5): What Are My Pedagogical Values, and How Am I Going To Implement Them In My Teaching? In this final post in my series on pedagogical considerations in the … Continue reading
Things I Think About Before I Ever Enter a Classroom #3(4): How Does My Syllabus Support My View of Myself and My Class?
I apologize to everyone for the long hiatus. Comps. When I post about them you will understand, if you do not already, why that single word meant two and a half months of silence on my part when it comes … Continue reading
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The Week in Review 1/24/2014
Here’s what I was up to this week in GradLand……. Reading for Classes/ Independent Studies: Raymond Clemens & Timothy Graham, Introduction to Manuscript Studies (Cornell UP, 2007) pp. 67-132 Liz Herbert McAvoy and Diane Watt, The History of British Women’s … Continue reading
Course Syllabus Revisited, and The Week In Review 1/17/2014
Good morning! The sun is peeking over the horizon, there’s coffee the cup, the cats are busily knocking over all of my carefully-stacked papers — in other words, all’s right with my little corner of the world. This post (hopefully) … Continue reading
Crafting a Syllabus, Part Three: Putting it all together
As you’ll recall, in the first post in this series I went over the elements of a course syllabus, which are: Course Description, aims and goals, materials, and policies A description of major assignments and grading rubric A schedule of … Continue reading