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Michelle Clark
I often pair LearningCurve topics—one rhetorical and one grammatical topic--per major assignment. While my students were working on a literacy narrative this semester, for example, they were also working on topic sentences and shifts in LC. For a recent annotated bibliography assignment, it was helpful to pair the LearningCurve activity on… (Show more)
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Sonya Tiratsuyan
Featured Resources:In Conversation Walk Through with Mike PalmquistUsing the Conversation Metaphor with Mike Palmquist  Activities Rubrics Assignments Syllabi Modules Topics Miscellaneous Try these activities to introduce The Bedford Handbook, 10e Rubric 6: Research Paper Assignment Assignment 7: Rhetorical Analysis Syllabus 5: Writer’s Help, in…
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Becky Anderson
Click to view contentName: John Stamm Department: Physics School: University of Evansville Product: Sapling for Physics How do you use Sapling Learning? I use Sapling to facilitate learning in introductory physics classes through individualized feedback for a larger number of homework problems than could be provided otherwise.  This also frees me up for more office…
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Rachel Anne Kieran, Psy.D.
Click to view contentI’ve been teaching Abnormal Psychology with LaunchPad in hybrid and in-person courses for multiple years, but this summer semester was my first attempt at teaching fully online. Compressing the 15-week course into 8-weeks was one challenge, but others included how to best communicate all the things that often get said in the classroom, not just… (Show more)
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Jennifer Bilello
When is EconEd 2019? The EconEd Conference will be held on October 18-19th, 2019. Where is EconEd 2019? EconEd will be in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Renaissance New Orleans Pere Marquette French Quarter Area Hotel at 817 Common St, New Orleans, LA 70112. How can I follow EconEd on social media? You can follow EconEd through our Twitter and…
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Jack Solomon
Click to view contentAs Sonia Maasik and I work to complete the tenth edition of Signs of Life in the U.S.A., I have been paying special attention to American popular music, which will be a topic for a new chapter that we're adding to the book. While our approach will be semiotic rather than esthetic, part of my research has involved listening to music as well as… (Show more)
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Becky Anderson
Name: Vaughn Scribner   Department: History School: University of Central Arkansas Product: Achieve Read & Practice How do you use Read & Practice? I use Read and Practice as a low-stakes, highly-effective way to help students reinforce what they learn in lecture and discussion. Advice on using technology with your students? Communicate with…
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