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Revisiting Boice

I’ve been preparing a one-week summer workshop in humanities pedagogy for a few post-docs starting their positions this fall.  My partner in this development is one of our Graduate Teaching Fellows, Jessica Riviere, who just dotted her i’s and crossed … Continue reading

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Being Fully Present in the Classroom

A recent study on students’ laptop use in the classroom has brought a lot of attention to the issue of, well, attention in the classroom.  As their title indicates, Sana, Weston, and Cepeda (2013) found that “Laptop multitasking hinders classroom … Continue reading

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