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The area of Scholarship has been defined in a somewhat narrow sense.  This is reflected in an article by Plume and van Weijen (2014), ..read more
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This week on The Focus is You, we’re learning a bit more about Tracie Addy, PhD, MPhil, Director of the Center for the Integration of ..read more
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The first day of anything can be felt with excitement, anxiety, relief, anticipation, and an array of other emotions. But the first day of ..read more
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This week on The Focus is You, we’re learning a bit more about Tracie Addy, PhD, MPhil, Director of the Center for the Integration of ..read more
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I started teaching economics in higher education almost a decade ago, and yet the memory of the first time I asked a student to meet with ..read more
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I started teaching economics in higher education almost a decade ago, and yet the memory of the first time I asked a student to meet with ..read more
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A wise and dear colleague of mine, now retired, once said to me as we walked to class, “I teach for free; they pay me to grade.” I ..read more
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A wise and dear colleague of mine, now retired, once said to me as we walked to class, “I teach for free; they pay me to grade.” I ..read more
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Many college courses employ multiple choice (MC) tests as a primary means of assessment. Although these are sometimes critiqued (Kaufman ..read more
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Many college courses employ multiple choice (MC) tests as a primary means of assessment. Although these are sometimes critiqued (Kaufman ..read more

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