I found a really great post from the Scribe Meets World blog, and I wanted to share it with anybody interested in some real-world, easily accessible examples of the creative writing rules of Showing (with a capital S) as opposed to telling (with a diminutive, lowercase t). Click here for the blog posts’ link. PS: […]
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One of our very own Valencia faculty members, Professor Josh as most know him, uses his blog to “engage, excite and educate.” Professor Josh gave me my first introduction to using social media in the classroom. Now I am hooked on how it can be used in good ways to enhance communication and student engagement […]
Special thanks to Buffy Pilloud from Yoga and Meditation for sharing this infographic, which she considers “The Mother of all Yoga Infographics!” To see the full graphic, click here or on the image below.
The Four Square Activity is a collaborative learning and brainstorming session. Participants share ideas on predetermined topics in teams of four. Here’s how it works: students are seated in groups of four with one sheet of paper that is folded lengthwise and width wise to create four areas. (You could also provide them with a […]
I have had a few questions on how to access Grade Distribution Reports in Atlas. If you don’t have any idea what I am talking about, you might want to read this. Basically this short PDF document explains that the purpose of compiling grade distribution reports is to provide faculty members with every tool available to […]