Episode 8 – Getting Students to Talk: Professor Devon Hanahan and the Flipgrid Experiment

Last year, my Latin students  were using OAKS discussion boards to ask and answer questions about Cicero’s first and fourth Catilinarians. It was working...

Percolating with Einstein

This post is part of a series of posts called “Memory & Learning Monday” that consider some of the latest developments in cognitive psychology...

Exercise and Mindfulness @ CofC

Perhaps you have seen the Yammer posts by Sara Coleman on exercise or invitations to participate in meditative and mindfulness events by Rachael McNamara...

Spotlight – Dr. D’s Tips for Success

In this month’s “Others” blogpost for the Teaching and Learning Team Holistic Development, I want to draw attention to Mark Del Mastro’s website where...

Amy Grant and Incubation, a Memory Experiment

We are changing the “Make It Stick Mondays” to “Memory and Learning Mondays” to continue studying cognitive psychology’s contributions to education.   My wife...

Dr. Henry Roediger on Memory and Learning

Dr. Henry Roediger was on campus May 16th as the keynote speaker for TLTCon, speaking to us retrieval techniques as an aid to learning....

Latin American and Caribbean Studies Roundtable

Dr. Avendaño took the opportunity to sit down with three LACS majors the week before graduation to find out how the LACS major impacted...

Episode 5 – David Slucki and the Un-essay

Have you ever wanted to step away from assigning an essay as the final project but weren’t sure how to do it or what...

On Minds and Water Puddles

TLTCon is just over two weeks away, and I want to draw your attention to an important concept that Roediger highlights in the last...