Decades ago, a new employee was hired to paint stripes on the side and middle of a road. This was before automated machines, and thus
HIGHER ED TEACHING STRATEGIES FROM MAGNA PUBLICATIONS
The title of Nadine Dolby’s recent piece in the Chronicle of Higher Education makes a great point about teaching that often goes unspoken: “There’s no learning when nobody’s listening.” It seems to me that most of us take this for granted. How many of us take steps to ensure our students are not only hearing the words uttered during our classes, but actually listening to them. Should we? And what might this entail?