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  • Educational Question of The Year:

    What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? Discussion is open for our COPPER Blog Educational Question of the Year.  You may respond to the question using the comments link below. We welcome responses from visitors to this site as well as COPPER cluster members. This entry will ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on March 3, 2006
  • Educational Question of The Year:

    What knowledge or skills will students need most to be effective citizens of our world in the future? Discussion is open for our COPPER Blog Educational Question of the Year.  You may respond to the question using the comments link below. We welcome responses from visitors to this site as well as COPPER cluster members. This entry will ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on March 3, 2006
  • Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at Risk

    Update:  This program will be aired in some locations on Friday, June 24 at 8PM EDT (Boston area) Thanks to Judith Kamber (NECC) for forwarding this message from the POD (Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education) listserv regarding the upcoming June 23 PBS documentary Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on June 21, 2005
  • Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at Risk

    Update:  This program will be aired in some locations on Friday, June 24 at 8PM EDT (Boston area) Thanks to Judith Kamber (NECC) for forwarding this message from the POD (Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education) listserv regarding the upcoming June 23 PBS documentary Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on June 21, 2005
  • Quote of the Week 9

    "A good teacher does not teach all that he knows.  He teaches all that the learner needs to know at the time, and all that the learners can accountably learn in the time given." --  Jane Vella  (from Taking Learning to Task)
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on May 12, 2005
  • Quote of the Week 9

    "A good teacher does not teach all that he knows.  He teaches all that the learner needs to know at the time, and all that the learners can accountably learn in the time given." --  Jane Vella  (from Taking Learning to Task)
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on May 12, 2005
  • Bye-Bye Bio 101

    Teach Science the Way You Do Science The following article from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute website focuses on efforts to change the traditional way that science has been taught to undergraduates.  Reformers suggest that faculty move away from "lectures and cookbook labs in which the results are already known," and use ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on April 8, 2005
  • Bye-Bye Bio 101

    Teach Science the Way You Do Science The following article from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute website focuses on efforts to change the traditional way that science has been taught to undergraduates.  Reformers suggest that faculty move away from "lectures and cookbook labs in which the results are already known," and use ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on April 8, 2005
  • Socratic Seminars

    The seminar approach, once reserved for small graduate classes, is growing in popularity as a tool in undergraduate education.  The following editorial featured in the "Tomorrow's Professor" mailing list examines the key ideas from Michael Strong's book The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice. From the ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on March 10, 2005
  • Socratic Seminars

    The seminar approach, once reserved for small graduate classes, is growing in popularity as a tool in undergraduate education.  The following editorial featured in the "Tomorrow's Professor" mailing list examines the key ideas from Michael Strong's book The Habit of Thought: From Socratic Seminars to Socratic Practice. From the ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on March 10, 2005
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