Reflections on Advising, Mentoring and Open Office Hours

Recently on FaceBook a former student, Jillian (now a high school teacher of AP Psychology) invited me to comment on Dana Dunn’s Psychology Today blog […]

Day 1 (Professor’s Perspective) September 2017

Even after almost 40 years of teaching at Carroll, the first day of class is anxiety-arousing, pressured, critical, and rewarding. As a youth, I was […]

WHAT’S the MOST IMPORTANT in Professional Development-Teacher Training in Modern EDUcation!?

. . WHAT’S the MOST IMPORTANT in Professional Development-Teacher Training in Modern EDUcation!? Is it the use of #EdTech (Apps and WHATEVER), technology, WHAT MOST […]

Dogs have often proven to be among my best teachers…

Today I am “dog-tired”—it was a three dog night yesterday as we celebrated a birthday with dear friends. Several summers ago I was humbled at how much […]

Thank You, Global Educators, for Your Impact

  A provocative blog piece by Luis Miguel Miñarro, an educator in La Mancha, Spain… We had “interacted” in prior years when he shared with me how he […]

Heartfelt thanks to all my teachers I have never personally met—and one in particular

Winding up; winding down. As I shoveled cleaned out  organized books, folders, software, and files in my office today I came across materials from the […]

What is the Role of a Faculty Adviser?

I’ve been reflecting lately on my role as faculty adviser to undergraduates here at Carroll and about those faculty who played such a crucial role […]

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