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Giving Students a Choice

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In our on-going series on the 2010 – 2011 Grants, we  explore improving reading through relevance with Maria Escott (Communications, Seminole) and learn more about Increasing Self-Efficacy and Reading Comprehension among ESL Students.

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Another Good Reason for Eggnog!

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Dr. Ray Menard, PhDIn our next installment of the 2010 – 2011 Grants, we  explore real-world application of the sciences with Ray Menard (Natural Sciences, Gibbs), and learn more about Biological Science Student Research.

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Moving the Needle moves teachers!

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The Moving the Needle min-conference was held on Seminole campus this past Saturday, Nov. 17th from 9 am – 2 pm. Moving the Needle Program

The focus was on student success initiatives at SPC, including the College Experience and Achieving the Dream.  Dr. Dan Gardner, […]

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Could You Be a Mentor?

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Ms. Ginny L. Price, MS CVTMentoring is a term heard frequently in professional development. Mentoring can range from two professors sharing materials to a formal program. We begin our exploration of how to network for assistance and professional growth with a conversation with Ginny Price from the Veterinary […]

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Thinking Hard on a Friday continued…


More on the Fall Critical Thinking Institute for Teaching and Learning, held on Fri. Oct 5th, and how to include critical thinking in all of our classes.

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