Pedagogy in the ‘Post-Truth’ Era: April 18th Session

How can educators teach students to evaluate news in a post-truth era?? Oxford Dictionaries defines post-truth as "relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief," which has been named the word of the year. According to a segment "Fake News" by 60 … Continue reading Pedagogy in the ‘Post-Truth’ Era: April 18th Session

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September 20th Provisions Session Summary: “How To Incorporate Mission Into Our Pedagogy”

** To access the audio recording of this session, click here! ** Our first Provisions session of the 2016-2017 year explored the theme of "How We Incorporate Mission into Our Pedagogy.” Presenters shared experience and expertise with the various topics pertaining to the theme, in which sought to improve success for a diverse range of college students. … Continue reading September 20th Provisions Session Summary: “How To Incorporate Mission Into Our Pedagogy”

September 20th Session: “How We Incorporate Mission into Our Pedagogy”

“How We Incorporate Mission into Our Pedagogy” "The College of Saint Rose community engages highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students in rigorous educational experiences. In the progressive tradition of the founding Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, we welcome men and women from all religious and cultural backgrounds. In addition to developing their intellectual capacities, … Continue reading September 20th Session: “How We Incorporate Mission into Our Pedagogy”

First Monday Article

First Monday, a peer reviewed journal online, introduced an article on October 5, 2009 called Insidious Pedagogy: How Course Management Systems Impact Teaching. The article explores Course Management Technologies (CMTs) and the impact online technologies have on teaching. While CMTs are used throughout colleges and universities as a way to present online courses, and post … Continue reading First Monday Article

In The News

Below you will find articles from online resources pertaining to teaching Inside Higher Ed: The Uninsured Adjunct  With health care continuing to be debated nationally, many adjuncts are trying to draw attention to their status among the well-educated professionals who sometimes received little to no coverage. (Nov. 30, 2009) Shift in Researcher Population  According to a new report … Continue reading In The News