Author: Daniel de Roulet

SC 42 #2 Underprepared Students: Facts and Fictions

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Understanding Our Students – Micah

An Interview with Student, Mr. Micah Stratton.

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Rethinking the First-year College Seminar According to Student Cognitive Development

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Courage and Course Evaluations – Part No. 1

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How to Procrastinate Your Way to An “A”

It’s that time of the semester when procrastination hits hardest. The Holiday Season has begun, classes are approaching finals (but finals are not quite yet in sight), and students and professors are tired. What can you do to avoid procrastination, or to make the best use of the procrastination that has overtaken you?

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Dangerous Territory

When a situation in higher education results in an expression of heightened emotions, it can throw professors and students off-guard as they venture into unknown and dangerous territory.

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Designing and Implementing A Syllabus for Learning

DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A SYLLABUS FOR LEARNING

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