Innovation in Teaching

Power of Change

As we head into Module Four of our PME 811 course, I continue to focus on my burning question of: How do we keep our teaching innovative and creative? How do stay relevant and create programming that follows curriculum, teaches students the necessary skills and engages them with the material? This past week, I read… Read More Power of Change

Innovation in Teaching

Burning the Candle

As we head into Module Four of our PME 811 course, I continue to focus on my burning question of: How do we keep our teaching innovative and creative? How do stay relevant and create programming that follows curriculum, teaches students the necessary skills and engages them with the material? Lately, I have felt like… Read More Burning the Candle

Innovation in Teaching

On The Right Track

As we head into Module Three of our PME 811 course, I continue to focus on my burning question of: How do we keep our teaching innovative and creative? How do stay relevant and create programming that follows curriculum, teaches students the necessary skills and engages them with the material? In the latter part of… Read More On The Right Track

Innovation in Teaching

Professor Goals

I stated in my blog post earlier this week, that I will be focusing on the following question for the PME 811 course: How do we keep our teaching innovative and creative? How do stay relevant and create programming that follows curriculum, teaches students the necessary skills and engages them with the material? Take a… Read More Professor Goals

Innovation in Teaching

My Burning Question

There is nothing worse than attending a workshop, class, or professional development opportunity and leaving disappointed. That feeling when you’ve paid your money and haven’t learned anything. On the contrary, perhaps the session/class was boring and uninteresting, therefore you lost interest and didn’t absorb the information properly. As someone who is planning on teaching in… Read More My Burning Question