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Today’ s post is a guest post from Kaeli Vandertulip, Assistant Professor of Library Science and Reference and Instruction Librarian. Kaeli can be reached at email@example.com I started using zombies in library instruction four years ago. When I started teaching students about citation styles, I was lucky to have half the class awake at the [...]
“A learning theory is an attempt to describe how people learn, helping us understand this inherently complex process.” The graphic in this post provides some of the learning theories you should know as an educator: For full article go to: http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/03/learning-theories-every-teacher-should.html
Burrhus Frederic Skinner (1904-90) is certainly one of the most prominent names in psychology, behaviorism, social philosophy and his work has significantly influenced education. By his own accounts, his interest in education came from a visit he made to his daughter’s 4th grade class. After listening to a mathematics lesson he was in disbelief that [...]
We understand that professors have busy schedules. If you were not able to attend the Presenting Dynamically with Prezi workshop offered by the CETL, but are still interested in learning about this wonderful Web 2.0 presentation tool, please take a look at our embedded prezi presentation presentation below. If you need additional information on how [...]
Imagine being at home or away from campus and you discover that you need a little bit of extra assistance to help you complete your assignment for class. In that situation, you would probably consider coming to campus and going to Academic Success Center for tutoring. Wouldn’t it also be nice to get that same [...]