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Notes From The Field

We know what we are doing: we are professionals. We *can* try these things at home, kids. The following writings are notes we have for each other direct from our classrooms. What works. What doesn't. These are our hallway conversations brought to your office. Do you have one to share? Email it to Ruth.Benander@uc.edu, and we'll publish it right here.




Newsletters


April 2010
Learning and Teaching Center/Faculty Development Committee Newsletter


February 2010

Learning and Teaching Center/Faculty Development Committee Newsletter


January 2010
Learning and Teaching Center/Faculty Development Committee Newsletter

December 2009
Learning and Teaching Center/Faculty Development Committee Newsletter


PowerPoint Presentations


March 3, 2010: Organizing Strategies for your Office


Articles



"Making the First Day Count: Quizzes for review and transfer"
by Melinda Greer
The first day of class is like a first date: students and professor are trying to figure each other out. What can we do on the first day of class that will set make expectations clear and help students get ready for active participation in their own learning?


"The Fine Line between 'Spoon-Feeding' and Compassion"
by Ruth Benander and Ruth Kletzander
We are the experts, they are the novices. How can we figure out how much help is too much, and how much is not enough?