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Author: David Pecoraro

When a Class Goes Bad – Part No. 3

“After listening to these fine gents for three episodes, I subscribe and will follow them closely.”

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When a Class Goes Bad – Part No. 2

“After listening to these fine gents for three episodes, I subscribe and will follow them closely.”

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When a Class Goes Bad – Part No. 1

“After listening to these fine gents for three episodes, I subscribe and will follow them closely.”

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Career Directions

This Project is for students, professors, parents, and all of higher education. Our mission is to champion “Student Caring” as a way of addressing the challenges in higher education today.

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Rebuilding the Bridge:

This Project is for students, professors, parents, and all of higher education. Our mission is to champion “Student Caring” as a way of addressing the challenges in higher education today.

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Education Portal Interview

Education Portal recently interviewed Prof. David Pecoraro about the Student Caring Project. You may read it on their site. Or below. Professors and Institutions Need to Care More About Their Students College students: have you ever felt disconnected from your learning experience, particularly your teachers? Professor David Pecoraro understands where you’re coming from. He and fellow educator Dr. Daniel de Roulet think that institutions need to focus more on caring for their individual charges, which will breed greater success for both students and faculty. That’s why they’ve started the Student Caring Project. How can your professors make your college experience more fulfilling? by Eric Garneau Education-Portal.com: What led to your founding Student Caring? David C. Pecoraro has always loved learning and teaching. According to him, the college environment was so appealing as a student that he immediately transitioned to professorship after earning his Master of Fine Arts from Temple University in 1980. Since then, he’s taught theater design and management courses at a number of schools both public (University of California Irvine) and private (Vanguard University, where he now works). With the Student Caring Project, he and Dr. de Roulet want to revolutionize the way higher education thinks about educating its youth. What should professors be doing differently when it comes to you, the student? David Pecoraro: The Student Caring Project began when a student of mine, Jonathan de Roulet, came home one...

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