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- The National Council on Teacher Quality may be coming to a School Near You! March 11, 2013The discussion of the syllabus as intellectual property versus student (or even public) accessibility is not a new one. The most recent debate is between the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) and several universities. The star of the show, NCTQ, has been getting a lot of press recently. From Minnesota to Missouri, and several ...
- Structured Syllabi: personified courses and a chef’s meal July 5, 2012The other day, as syllabi were on my geeky mind, I came up with a few analogies that make understanding syllabi (particularly, structured syllabi) epicly easy–and hunger-inducing. Here is what I came up with: A syllabus is a course introduction and overview. If a class were personified, it would say something like this: “Hi, this is ...
- Saving the world one syllabus at a time June 28, 2012 It was the first real week of my internship with the Syllabus Geeks, and I got an email in my inbox from Agent Judd. He informed me that there was a very important, top-secret project (seriously- so don’t tell him about this blog post) that needed to be worked on that involved transferring several syllabi from the old ...
- New SyllabusAdded on: 06/16/11| Source: STP News
- uBoard Enables Interactive Whiteboard Features Without the WhiteboardAdded on: 06/29/11| Source: Campus Technology: All Articles
- 5 Tools for Building a Next-Generation ‘Hybrid’ Class WebsiteAdded on: 05/20/11| Source: ProfHacker