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Assessing Students’ Use of Strategies

Assessing Students’ Use of Strategies

By: Julie Wauchope At the Lilly Conference I learned about many research-based ideas and best practices to help students learn and succeed. I came away excited about creating a curriculum that was student-centered and emphasized student engagement. I wanted to teach...
Hunger in Malawi: Globalizing an Ethics Curriculum

Hunger in Malawi: Globalizing an Ethics Curriculum

by – Linda L. Cox, Ph.D. In ethics, we ask questions such as, “Who is the subject of rights?” “How should we address global hunger?” “What’s our duty to the environment?” I’ve observed that sometimes these questions and the competing answers can make students...
The Value of Making Connections

The Value of Making Connections

by Stacia Ashmore As a species, humans are prone to making connections. We start out as wee tots, exploring the world through the base senses of taste, touch, see, hear, smell. As we grow, we start to connect some “things” to other “things”. Our senses develop...