Community building at a commuter school is hard. This has been written about, discussed and is not news to...
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Being a full-time academic remains rewarding, but should include methods to balance the demands of professorial responsibility. Prior to...
Nutrition in Times of CovidCTL Reflections Newsletter, Fall 2022, Iris Mercado, Nutrition in Times of Covid, Teaching Tips
Feeding your body certain foods can strengthen your immune system, decrease the severity of symptoms, and shorten the duration...
Universal Design For Learning: Fostering Neurodiversity, Equity, And Inclusivity Through Educational TechnologyCTL Reflections Newsletter, Spring 2019, Teaching Tips, Universal Design For Learning
Neurodiversity is an approach to learning and disability that posits diverse neurological conditions are the results of normal variations...
Forming Groups For Group AssignmentsCTL Reflections Newsletter, Fall 2019, Forming Groups, Group Assignments, Teaching Tips
You have your group assignment or assignments set up for the semester. You are all excited about using groups...
Research And SoTL: Advice For The Community College ScholarCTL Reflections Newsletter, Fall 2019, Community College Scholar, SoTL, Teaching Tips
Advice for Conducting Research as a Junior Faculty Member at Hostos Back in February, I published an article in...
If You Do Not Want Them To Know, Do Not Teach Them Statistics? (Story Of North Korean Mathematics)CTL Reflections Newsletter, Fall 2019, Mathematics, North Korean Mathematics, Statistics, Teaching Tips
It has been more than sixty years since Korea was divided into two separate countries – the Democratic People’s...
If you can read the title of this essay, you know basic Emoji. For those who are beginning learners...
Integrating Two Perspectives On Obstacles To Student Learning: A Real Aha! MomentCTL Reflections Newsletter, Fall 2019, Integrating Perspectives, Student Learning, Teaching Tips
One afternoon in the fall of 2018, two faculty members sat down to discuss the cornerstone research assignment for...
Enhancing retention with BlackboardCTL Reflections Newsletter, Spring 2020, Blackboard, Enhancing Retention, Teaching Tips
Professor Preciado has been working over the last three decades in the Education Department, and he was one of...
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