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Writing Center Toolkit - 3 views

A toolkit for writing center directors and trainers who want to use the "flipped" approach to training.

college writing center teaching flipped classroom model

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How Online School Stacks Up to Traditional College - 0 views

  • Today’s students have a variety of choices when it comes to higher education. They can enroll in traditional “brick-and-mortar” colleges or in online colleges, or even complete their degrees through a combination of both modes, in what are called “hybrid” programs.
  • Both online and traditional higher education has pros and cons. In the end, it is up to each individual to figure out how much time he or she will have to devote to earning a degree, what type of degree program he or she is interested in, and how much he or she can spend on education.

Interesting Facts about Online College Programs - 1 views

    There are several colleges in the UK that offers education online to make it easier for students to juggle between work and studies.
Rick Patterson

Now You Can Get College Credit with Coursera - 3 views

    It was inevitable....

Finance Game for High School/College Instructors - 1 views

    The Young Money Stock Market Game is a free game that allows members to practice trading in a lifelike brokerage simulation. Players learn how to invest in the stock market without risk. By participating in the community, you can learn the ins and outs of Wall Street by investing $1,000,000 in virtual money.
Mary Ann Saurino

Google Custom Search - Service Learning in Community College Teaching - 5 views

    This is the custom search engine I created for the E-learning for Educators Module 6 assignment.
Mary Ann Saurino

Essay on flawed interpretations of research on remedial education | Inside Higher Ed - 0 views

    This is Boylan and Goudas' most recent contribution to the debate about how to best meet the needs of students with high school diplomas but without college-level skills in 2- and4-year colleges.  Several links within the text take readers to additional resources which may be of interest.
Mary Ann Saurino - 0 views

    This recent publication is a strong statement demanding the dismantling of developmental education as currently provided by 2 and 4-year institutions of higher education.  The facts are sobering: most students who enter college and have to take "developmental" (or pre-college level classes in reading, writing and/or math) never complete either the remedial sequence or a certificate or degree. However, the recommendation, that developmental education be set aside and replaced with a completely different model is controversial, too.  I'm posting another text that presents the National Center for Developmental Education (NCDE) response to this text.
Jennifer Fyllingness

WizIQ Blog: Using WiZiQ - 0 views

  • The Des Moines Area Community Colleges to start using the WizIQ Virtual Classroom this fall
  • Community colleges are at the forefront of continuing and higher education and are absolutely key to expanding cost effective access to skills and knowledge nationwide.
  • the communities they serve reach into very rural areas with long travel times to campus, making effective distance education much more important.

Stanford's Online High School Raises the Bar - - 2 views

    This article is about how colleges and universities are getting into the high school education business via online "high schools" operated under their name but not necessarily with their staff. Tuition is $15,000 plus.  
Dennis OConnor

the SOURCE on Community College Issues, Trends and Strategies - 1 views

  • The SOURCE provides links to timely, relevant and meaningful information about community colleges that are published inside nine SOURCE Silos. In addition, the SOURCE writes and publishes unique, well-researched information about community colleges that is published inside the SOURCE Library.
Lords Baronets

Online Degree Post : Online Arts and Humanities Degrees - 0 views

    Are you looking for the information on online degree post? If yes, look no further. Here, you will get exact information that you want on online degree programs. So what are you looking for? Browse our website and get the information on online college degree and university online degree as well.
Alissa Darin

College Admissions Offices and Social Networking Sites - 0 views

    The National Association for College Admission Counseling reports that more post-secondary institutions are communicating with students via social networking sites such as twitter, blogs, and facebook.
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