Professors

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Apr 4th, 2014
Note from Meggin:  Gina Hiatt wrote this marvelous set of tips and was generous enough to let me share them with you.  I had to laugh as I read them be...
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Apr 4th, 2014
From the time I was a beginning teacher, my father (who was an Episcopal priest) encouraged me to have a “warm fuzzy file.”  This file is a...
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Apr 4th, 2014
There are plenty of people (including colleagues, staff, students, people in the community, etc.), situations, world events, and so forth that could ca...
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Apr 4th, 2014
Note from Meggin:  When I read this article in the Chronicle, I immediately wrote to Michael Munger to ask if I could include this in the Top Ten Produ...
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Apr 4th, 2014
Student evaluations are a part of every faculty member’s life.  Some consider them to be a positive part of the academic life and others dismiss ...
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Apr 4th, 2014
Staying productive means thinking about productivity and deliberately using techniques that you have learned. You want your productivity to be peaceful...
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Apr 4th, 2014
Just as last week I shared ten ideas for getting your semester started out productively and so I thought that this week, we would talk about ten ways t...
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Mar 30th, 2014
Nearly all professors are asked at some point to teaching a class that they feel less than prepared to teach.  There are ways to do so effectively R...
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Mar 30th, 2014
Online education continues to grow and advance at a fast pace as more students take advantage of the unique attributes it offers. Teaching in the onlin...
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Mar 30th, 2014
If I called you on the phone and said, “Please name the most productive professor you know,” you would be able to answer that question with...

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