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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December starts off busy as finals start December 6th and school ends December 15th. As we wrap up the semester, take a moment to relax and unwind. It’s not unusual to feel frustration or let down after all the hustle of the past semester, so […]
In 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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Mentoring 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 […]
First, the Center of Excellence for Teaching and Learning (CETL) Faculty Spotlight recognizes Darlene Westberg for her participation on numerous collegewide committees and dedication to student learning. Read more here to learn about teaching computer programming and Web development.