I’m hopelessly unathletic, which means I’ve usually observed the rituals at the so-called sports school where I teach from a distance—until recently, that is, when
Love ’em or hate ’em, student evaluations of teaching (SETs) are here to stay. Parts one and two of this series explored discussing SETs’ bias
OK, everyone. As I’ve mentioned a few times this semester, we’re going to spend 40 minutes today discussing bias in student
Are you sitting down? Good. Because I have a shocking confession.
For the past few years, I’ve reserved 40 minutes of class time each semester
On stage at The Comedy of Errors that night, long-lost twin brothers embraced to the swelling strains of “Amazing Grace”; offstage, in the seat
In more than a decade of teaching Romeo and Juliet at my small liberal arts college, I’d never had a student walk through class wearing