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Taking Advantage of the Wireless Classroom

During the summer of 2011, wireless technology was made available in all of the Keene State College classrooms thus enabling students to interact with class material and engage in class activities in new ways. CELT has highlighted two proven learning … Continue reading

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5 Easy Things You Can Do to Your Course This Summer

We thought Dr. Amy Collier’s recent post was so on-target we asked if we could reprint it here.  Thank you Dr. Collier, Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University. Please post any comments on … Continue reading

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Flipping a Class

Flipping a class is the process of providing students with content, often lecture-demonstration content, outside the class and then applying the concepts in class. The “flip” is that the student does the “homework” in class. Prof. Dick Jardine explains how … Continue reading

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A Conversation With Wesley Martin About Teaching, Learning and Political Thought

Wes Martin teaches political science and political thought at Keene State College. We recently talked about where his teaching inspiration and training comes from and how he teaches. “It’s embarrassing to say but most of what I do is instinctive.” … Continue reading

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Why Use Google Spreadsheets?

There are lots of reasons that you might use Google Spreadsheets instead of Microsoft’s Excel or SPSS. As a teaser for this week’s Faculty Friday, here are a narrow set of the benefits you’ll find with Spreadsheets. Instant Results Careful … Continue reading

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