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Cross-Pollination and the Hybrid Poetry Writing Course

Creating a hybrid version of WR 241 (Introduction to Poetry Writing) has given me a rich opportunity to reflect on how I’ve taught this course in the past, and what ideas about poetry and poetic creativity I most urgently want … Continue reading

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DHE 475 Global Sourcing Hybrid “Vision”

The course that I am developing as a hybrid course is DHE 475 Global Sourcing Textiles, Apparel and Footwear ( 4 credits) CGI Bac core course with an enrollment of about 60 senior level students.  The course covers trade theory … Continue reading

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Description of planned hybrid course – Fish Diseases

The course, Fish Diseases in Conservation Biology and Aquaculture, is an upper division undergrad/grad 3 credit course. Because it is designed for both Microbiology and Fisheries majors, it has few prerequisites, and students have to get caught up on the … Continue reading

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One should probably avoid drinking from a firehose

In my reading of the “5 common pitfalls”, #s 3-5 stood out to me as being a) quite interconnected and b) quite relevant to my biggest frustrations with the classes I’ve been teaching so far and the big opportunities I see for … Continue reading

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Hybrid class and engagement in the community

Students in my class are matched to a community organization with whom they develop an evaluation plan. I tell my students there’s no right answer. In this class, you don’t turn to the back of the textbook to find the … Continue reading

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Response to: Online Course Design Pitfall #3: Insist on being the “sage on the stage.”

I am responding to pitfall #3 – which asks that we move away from the model of being a ‘sage on the stage’. I teach photography and new media communications. Before I read Elizabeth St. Germain’s column, I had already … Continue reading

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The Web is the New Pencil

As a librarian I see a lot of different habits and workflows when it comes to finding and organizing information from the web.  No matter what discipline we might be in or position we might hold in academia, we all … Continue reading

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The Redesign of Food Law

Course: FST 421/521 Food Law Food Law introduces students to the complexity and nuances of food regulation at the federal level with the focus being predominantly on Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-regulated products. The course begins with introductory/review material of … Continue reading

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organizaton of the week, a structured approach

I want to share something that I have used in the past to help myself and students be on the same page with what is expected and why. I teach business students that generally appreciate structure.  organization of the first … Continue reading

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Hybrid Education Course Content

The hybrid course that I am currently developing is TCE 424, “Teacher as a Reflective Practitioner,” for winter term, 2013.  It is the final seminar for our full-time student teachers(soon to be early childhood or elementary school teachers) that accompanies … Continue reading

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