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For four years I have been tasked with teaching and improving a core course in the Aerospace Engineering curriculum in applied physics which we call “Dynamics.” Historically saddled with a higher-than-we’d-like drop/withdraw/fail rate the experience of students (my late-nineties-self included) is one of nearly uniform disorientation and a sense of being overwhelmed by the breadth
Talking about cheating is another way to talk about learning. When students cheat, they subvert their own learning. There are many reasons they may choose that path, and working to understand those reasons will help you design a class where cheating is both difficult and unnecessary.
Whether you are a math professor who wades through handwritten solutions to weed out the arithmetical error from the failure to understand or the comp professor weighing the relative demerits of comma splices against poor organization, here are some hard-won insights that might help you in your task.
It’s uncomfortable to feel like a fraud. If misery loves company, perhaps it helps to know you are not alone. But on those days when that simple fig leaf of assurance isn’t quite enough to gird you for your class, keep these things in mind.
If you are considering using social media in your classes, here are some things you should keep in mind.
Come join my presentation “Get the Right Tools for the Job” tonight at 5:00 pm in the Pike Room in the Rhatigan Student Center. We’ll discuss the most vital tool, your resume, how social media can be a tool for you, rules to follow for content creation, and how to clean up your social media pages.
At what point does your job end and your private life begin? Start off on the right foot by paying close attention to policies and the larger responsibilities that underpin them.
If you cultivate an interest in your students’ experience, you’ll create ties with them, and over time you’ll have a better idea about what they need to know.