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Humanities courses and the problem of practicality
Academia's increasingly difficult balancing act
What sort of future are we preparing our students for?
How a living syllabus can lead to continual improvement in a course
Engaging students through silent contemplation
M’Balia Thomas, curriculum and teaching, presents on slow teaching in graduate education at the 2018 International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Bergen, Norway.
Shannon Portillo, assistant vice chancellor for undergraduate programs at the Edwards Campus, writes on student engagement.
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