Quotes from the episode
How do I communicate that their work ethic was actually more important than innate ability?
When I first started teaching, I thought the classroom had to look a certain way.
The attention span of a class goes down the larger the class size.
Making a mistake is a big part of learning.
The more you do it, the more you start to see opportunities for improvement.
- Course in Effective Teaching Practices
- Why We’re Speaking Up About Inclusive Teaching Strategies on ACUE’s ‘Q’ Blog
- Getting Under the Hood: How and for Whom Does Increasing Course Structure Work? (Eddy & Hogan)
- Classroom sound can be used to classify teaching practices in college science courses
- SF State researchers create new tool that measures active learning in classrooms
- Loud and Clear: Study details tool to help professors measure how much active learning is happening in their classrooms.
- Equal Justice Initiative (founded by Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy*)
- EJI Racial Injustice 2018 Calendar
- EJI’s Lynching in America Website and Memorial
- Crucial Conversations at SOKA University – Bryan Stevenson spoke
- Make an audio recording of your name. Place it in your email signature using a short link (you can track where it came from).
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