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Harper's Letter
A Letter on Justice and Open Debate July 7, 2020 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++ (More)
depersonalization of teaching (More)
letter from provost analyzed
our interim provost @georgiatech has just sent us the most horrifying newsletter i have ever read... i'm honestly not sure how to process it — Alexandra Edwards, PhD (@nonmodernist) (More)
brain activity study
Duke University r (More)
teachers should be paid more
Coronavirus homeschooling: 77 percent of parents agree teachers should be paid more after teaching own kids, study says from More)
Reality vs Myths
Reality of an ESL Teacher It has been 49 days since I saw my students and coworkers. I chose to dedicate my life to helping my students achieve and develop into young adults. I never pre (More)
balance online teaching ++++++++++ more on online teaching in this IMS blog http://bl (More)
Tips and Tricks for a Successful Online Classroom
The hardest part of the season is upon us, with the end of the semester coming up and students struggling to get make it to the end. As we continue to make adjustments to our teaching to fit into distance learning, our students might be thinking abou (More)
The New Normal: ESL Tutoring Online
When we left for Spring Break, it seemed like business as usual and we expected to return to school a week later picking up where we left off. As the writing center coordinator at St. Cloud Technical Community College (SCTCC), I took a few days off t (More)
The New Normal
This post is not typical for our site, but I felt its relevance should be shared. I will be sharing some tips for working with students through this difficult time and some resources I will be using to provide an e-learning environment. COVID-19 t (More)
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