Last week, a committee I chair–my college’s Multi-Generational Teaching & Learning Committee–hosted its first panel presentation. Entitled “A Multi-Generational Conversation: Classrooms, Computers, and Curriculum,” the
Professor, Developmental English (writing and reading). Educational researcher. Perpetual student. Cajun. Manx. Blogger. Nature lover. And lots of other things--a great many of them pretty good :)
Trending: Change in Perspective on College Admissions Testing
Inside Higher Ed is reporting on an increased number of colleges dropping SAT and ACT requirements as part of the admissions process. Reason: Diversity concerns.
Something to Think About
According to Pew Research Center (Dimock, 2019), “While younger and older adults may differ in their views at a given moment, generational cohorts allow researchers
Does MOW Need to be a Thing?
AgeVersity is now on Twitter. As of this writing, the account has about five followers–one of which seems to be a spammer. Followers are a
Is Your ADHD Really an Auditory Processing Problem?
This post originally appeared on my (now mothballed) blog M121 on March 19, 2015: Maybe, just maybe, the problem so many adult students have with
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