Lecturing: The path of least Resistance

I don’t mean to lecture about lecturing, but I found myself sliding into that trap recently and wondered why. I’ve always been a student-centered learning instructor; give the students what they need to complete and activity and get them doing it. If they need something they will ask…Google.  Oh yes, and first pre-assess them through … Continue reading Lecturing: The path of least Resistance

Grades reflect learning conditions as much as, and possibly more than, ability

All my posts are directly or indirectly about the Learner, but this one is especially so. Learners are looking to better themselves, their lives and the lives of those around them. They have to be given the tools and conditions to achieve this. I’ve been focusing on discussions going on around me, both from faculty … Continue reading Grades reflect learning conditions as much as, and possibly more than, ability