As I close in on two years of teaching amidst the Coronavirus pandemic, I figured I’d share a list of ways of getting feedback.
While exploring active learning this semester, I accidentally created my own extended activity which I’ve been jokingly calling Democratic Synthesis.
Last spring, I put together a MIDI visualization dashboard with a partner for a grad school course. Today, I’m sharing the results.
And just like that, another semester of teaching has come and gone. Let’s talk about how my fourth semester of teaching went!
As I gain experience, I’m continually reminded that there will always be difficult college students. This semester was no different.
At 25, you’d think I’d find a place in the tech industry, but it seems the cultural issues run deep. When will we learn how to retain talent.
One of my favorite new teaching techniques is peer instruction, and today I want to share some of that excitement with you!
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you took StrengthsQuest twice? Well, dream no more because I did that for you!
When it comes to teaching, sometimes you’re stuck managing people as part of a team. Today, I’ll share some of my frustrations.
As I continue to look for support in grad school, I find myself falling into the mentor role for my students. When did this happen?