We hear a lot about training students for STEM jobs, but not the ‘arts & letters’ industries where many of us actually work. So today, we continue our examination into how we incorporate that experience in teaching.
How do we take the humanities from just helping […]
We’re headed into the 1st semester of the new state guidelines on remedial education, so some of us may see unprepared students in our classrooms. Most of us have dealt with that one student before, but are […]
Veterans make up a unique segment of the SPC student population. Veterans are desirable students because they are usually older and more disciplined. But teaching veterans can also make an instructor a little uncomfortable. How do you challenge students who have lived through their experiences?
The start of the new school year is always an exciting time filled with heady possibilities. But, whether you’re new or returning for the umpteenth semester, it can also be a scary moment as you contemplate both […]
Your CETL team put together a robust agenda specifically for adjunct faculty on Saturday, August 3rd on the Clearwater campus in the new ES building. Only 100 slots were available for this forum, but others will be held throughout the upcoming school year. Scroll down to see all the fun and keep an eye out […]
Sometimes, as teachers, we look first to the academic for new or more information for our classroom. We forget that most of us, first and foremost, love our subject! Dr. Antonia Lewandowski (Communications, Seminole) reminds us of the value of […]