Teaching

Plagiarism Prevention Without Fear

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New trial suggests that teaching students about integrity issues can be effective, especially with those who may otherwise be the most likely to copy.

Online Enrollment Up 17%

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One in every four students now takes at least one course online. But study finds increases aren't necessarily matched by faculty respect.

2-Year Honors Boom

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Courses for high-achieving community college students are getting more exposure and becoming more competitive.

Grades on the Rise

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A look at dozens of colleges finds averages up 0.1 points each decade.

Reforming Teacher Ed

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Prominent voices look to in-the-classroom residencies and colleges of education to reshape how teachers are taught to teach.

When Writing Class Moves Online

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Composition association finds that colleges are just beginning to consider implications of shifting key part of the curriculum away from face-to-face instruction.

Who Really Failed?

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Dominique G. Homberger won't apologize for setting high expectations for her students.

What Adjunct Impact?

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DENVER -- One of the more controversial topics in the debate over the use of adjuncts has been the question of whether they have a negative effect on the student educational experience. Several recent studies have suggested such an impact, angering many adjuncts. They have argued that any gaps are as likely to reflect gaps in resources (which faculty members get paid for office hours? Or even have offices?

No Grading, More Learning

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When Duke University's Cathy Davidson announced her grading plan for a seminar she would be offering this semester, she attracted attention nationwide. Some professors cheered, others tut-tutted, and others asked "Can she do that?"

Her plan? Turn over grading to the students in the course, and get out of the grading business herself.

When Students Drop the F-Bomb

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At Hinds Community College, swearing can get you in trouble. "Public profanity, cursing and vulgarity" are all punishable with a $25 fine for a first offense, and a $50 fine for a second offense. Further, the offense of "flagrant disrespect" (which may be demonstrated by swearing, as became clear Tuesday when a controversy over the code went public) can earn a student demerits that could lead to suspension.

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