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
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.
In her article “10 ways Gen Zs spend money differently than their Gen X parents,” Swain-Wilson (2018) compares/contrasts the spending habits of Gen Xers to
In 2014, Brown University reported some significant–yet widely unheralded–research concerning the way older brains accept and process new information: Brain scientists have long believed that
I am proud to announce that I am chairing my college’s new Committee on Multi-Generational Teaching & Learning. From what I can tell, the committee
I presented on multi-generational teaching and learning at the twelfth annual conference of the Maryland Consortium for Adjunct Faculty Professional Development (MCAPD) this past weekend