I had a conversation the other day with NAU colleague Larry Gallagher that inspired me to return to something I’d been thinking and writing about a while back: the astonishing persistence of the learning styles notion.
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Last semester, I had the opportunity to do something completely new to me: give the address at NAU’s fall commencement ceremony.
When I write about classroom atmosphere, it’s usually about ways to open the semester strong: setting high standards and an expectation that the class will be challenging, getting feedback out to students as soon as practical.
I work in public higher education, where cost-quality tradeoffs have become a more-or-less permanent feature of the landscape.
If you are going to have an impact on teaching and learning beyond your own classes and your own students, you need to have the support of fellow faculty. If you’re on the administrative side, this is even more true: You…