Month: October 2014

October 15, 2014 mevins.consulting No comments exist

Carl S. Moore, Ph.D. Associate Professor,  Research Academy for Integrated Learning Division for Learning Resources University of the District of Columbia One of the primary conditions for learning is actively attending to the information. When teaching, I use a variety of strategies to capture students’ attention. I might break into song, show a video while…

October 1, 2014 mevins.consulting 1 comment

Amy Gross, Ph.D. Guest Contributor Have you ever felt frustrated when your students don’t come to class prepared? A frequent complaint I have heard from faculty on many campuses is that they just can’t get their students to read the assigned material. For a number of years I have referred many of those faculty members…