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CH 5 begins with a quote by the father of American psychology William James; “The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes of mind.” Although the quote is probably a bit narcissistic as I believe that humans have probably always understood that the mind […]
Our book club met for the second time on Friday, September 27th and was led by Dr. Gladys Childs, Professor of Religion. We enjoyed thought provoking and at times comical dialogue surrounding Chapter 3 – The First Week of Class and Chapter 4 – Begin with Consistent Contact. We shared helpful strategies aimed at establishing […]
Happy Fall Everyone! First, congratulations to our two CETL Critical Thinking and Technology Mini-Grant winners, Kalpana Pai and Ben Miller! We know everyone is in the thick of things. October seems so busy – mid-terms are coming, advising and registration for spring are almost here, and there’s some fun thing happening every weekend. But we […]
Shadow Puppet is an app that allows you to add recordings through a series of pictures from your photo album and share those experiences with friends. It can be a great tool for story telling, to explain ideas behind photographs, or to teach something from a series of pictures you have taken or saved on […]
Happy October everyone! We’ve got a big programming announcement this week: In an effort to help all faculty engage with our international students, CETL is proud to partner with the School of Education to present “Instructional Strategies for Linguistically Diverse Students”. Led by Elsa Anderson and Patsy Robles-Goodwin from Wesleyan’s own School of Education, this […]