Month: December 2014

December 15, 2014 No comments exist

Amy Gross, Ph.D. Guest Contributor We’ve all been there – either as a student or as a teacher. That class where we believe we are just not good at that despised subject or where we experience extreme performance anxiety. For me it was anything related to science – it is fascinating stuff, I just can’t…

December 1, 2014 No comments exist

Mick Charney Associate Professor, Architecture Kansas State University You may have noticed a growing predilection among young people today to sit back during class and not take any notes. The rationale for this rather quixotic behavior on the part of “digital natives” is that, if classes are nothing more than the dissemination of data, why…