Monthly Archives: September 2015

CTL Newsletter: September 24, 2015

“Education is funky, heartbreaking, and nasty work.” So said Kiese Laymon in his September 10 talk. Two weeks later, most of us are probably inclined to agree. We’re wondering what we can do to change things. Well, we’re probably stuck … Continue reading

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CTL Newsletter: September 9, 2015

What do the best college teachers do? On August 26, two of us drove to Bay City in search of an answer. There we found Ken Bain, author of What the Best College Teachers Do. Here’s what he said: Human … Continue reading

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CTL Newsletter: August 25, 2015

Q: What is the Center for Teaching and Learning? A: Opportunities! Workshops, discussion groups, peer mentoring, and off-site conferences. A: Resources! Books, websites, newsletters, and guest speakers. A: Space! Ferguson 108, 109, and 111, where you’ll find a lounge, a library, coffee, tea, … Continue reading

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