Monthly Archives: May 2010

Diversity in the Sciences: Is it as difficult as it appears?

Image via Wikipedia I am still digesting my notes from the Institute for Diversity in Learning and Teaching that was held at Humboldt State University on May 20th and 19th. Our Thursday morning keynote speaker was Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan. … Continue reading

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Applying Universal Design to Large Classrooms

Image via Wikipedia In another session at the Humboldt State University’s Institute for Diversity in Learning & Teaching, Dr. Janye McGuire gave a very useful and informative presentation called “Applying Universal Design for Learning in Large Classrooms.” I was immediately … Continue reading

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Deep Learning

Image via Wikipedia Over the next couple of days I am at the Institute for Diversity in Learning and Teaching at Humboldt State University. This is an incredible resource. They are offering this free and in this time of some … Continue reading

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Open Textbooks, Open Doors

Image via Wikipedia On May 6th, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in College of the Redwood’s Lakeview Room, I held a workshop on open texts called “Open Textbooks, Open Doors.” There were seats for 30 and we filled 20 … Continue reading

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