In my English 111 literature class last semester, we were reading Toni Morrison’s Beloved. In preparing to discuss the historical context of the novel, I had asked the class, “So when was the Civil War?” and I lan
In 2015 Professors Gregory Marks and Andrea Fabrizio, both teaching in the English Department at Hostos, were awarded a $25,000 Apgar grant to bring a core curriculum of literature to the students of Hostos CC.
Hostos faculty and staff can share their office hours with students using their Succeed@Hostos (STARFISH) accounts. Even better, the STARFISH calendar easily syncs with the the Hostos Outlook calendar. Posting
This article has two parts: Part A- A brief introduction to the value of student evaluations and a few tips for motivating students to complete the student evaluations and Part B- A step-by-step set of
by Kate Lyons and Karin Lundberg Twine (http://twinery.org/) describes itself as “an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.” It is similar to the print-based, … Continue reading →
by Zvi Ostrin and Vyacheslav Dushenkov Mobile devices offer many pedagogical opportunities—especially easy access to textual information and visual resources, three-dimensional representation of anatomical structures, … Continue reading →