How might we encourage the integration of critical thinking, writing, and reading with our students? Are there habits we can form with smaller assignments throughout the semester that will prepare them for the bigger, more formal ones? Check out this article for some tips. Advertisements
A helpful set of suggestions on working with students. Here’s an excerpt from the article: “We don’t learn a lot from student feedback when we don’t ask good questions. At the top of my list of bad questions I’d put the ever-popular “What did you like most/least about the course/instructor” kind of questions. I wish … More How to get Better Feedback from Students
Whether or not you use the print publication “The Norton Field Guide to Writing,” there is a useful website for your students here. There is a useful web-based toolbar that students might use while writing their papers. This can be imported directly into their Window’s based Mircrosoft Word program, or as an internet toolbar.