James D. Allen James graduated from the University of Cincinnati with degrees in Secondary Education and Mathematics, received his Masters in Eductional Foundations from the University of Cincinnati and his Ph.D. in Eductional Psychology from the University of California. James has been a professor of Educational Psychology at The College of Saint Rose since 1988. … Continue reading Meet Our ProVisions Fellows!
The April ProVisions session focused on the topic of Signature Pedagogies and The College of Saint Rose. The presenters included Dr. David Sczerbacki, president, Dr. Margaret Kirwin, provost, and Steve Black, Librarian. Dr. Sczerbacki began the presentations by discussing what he terms is Saint Rose’s “pedagogical pluralism,” where there is a deep commitment to academic … Continue reading April Provisions: Signature Pedagogies and Saint Rose
In “You're Distracted. This Professor Can Help.,” Marc Parry discusses Professor David Levy’s unique teaching practices when it comes to his class "Information and Contemplation," where students scrutinize their use of technology (i.e. how much time they spend with it, how it affects their emotions, how it fragments their attention), write guidelines for improving their … Continue reading The Polarized Debate on Internet Distraction: An Alternative