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A desired objective for college professors is for their students’ work to be meaningful and applicable to their lives. Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case.
*This article first appeared in the Teaching Professor on July 8, 2019. © Magna Publications. All rights reserved. College student mental health is currently receiving a great
Learning should be interactive and reflective. When classroom silence and intellectual apathy become the norm, learning lacks critical thinking and the role of discourse is
My first introduction in front of students in an American college classroom went like this: “I am Nancy Achiaa Frimpong, a Ghanaian who writes British
In November 2019, I was fortunate to take about 20 of our physics students to the Physics Congress (PhysCon) in Providence, Rhode Island. The conference
What is a labyrinth? A labyrinth is an ancient archetype with a singular meandering path that leads from an outer edge to a center. Unlike