Tonia A. Dousay
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What is in a Rubric?
It would seem that yesterday’s Chronicle post on The Rise of the Helicopter Teacher has revealed a pervasive divide among academics. On one side, you have the author and those who agree vehemently that teachers and educators have succumbed to the coddling and hand-holding that has bred a generation of entitled underachievers. On the other, we…
Nine Deadly Sins of Instructional Design
Dave Goodman is with SoftAssist in Philadelphia. His goal isn’t necessarily to share with us what we’re doing wrong, but those common habits we all do without realize that could be done differently or better. Hey You! — Do you capture the learner’s attention right at the beginning? Or is it just another boring welcome…