Thoughts While Proctoring My Last Final of the Semester: My students are younger and younger—even the “nontraditional” ones!

“Have students changed since I was there?” I am often asked by alumni. Of course they are different in terms of their life experiences shaped […]

Sharpening My Brain

I’m looking forward later today to (virtually) participating in the 2017 SharpBrains Virtual Summit.  As I await its starting, I am flooded by emails from brain […]

(Mis)Adventures with LinkedIn Learning

As I get closer to showing students how to (self) publish a book, I am reviewing resources that I have used in the past. The […]

Book-Writing With Students

Book Promo My students and I are in the process of writing about Brain Fitness Training. This book-writing task necessitates, among other things, considerable collaborative […]

Brain Fitness Training: Fact vs. Fiction

  There is much interest today in using technology to improve one’s brain power,  one’s health, and one’s well-being. Take a moment to conduct an online […]

Strategic Plan Data Mining 101

What might prove useful resources to (re)visit as Carroll begins a Strategic Planning Process? Payscale.com’s recent release College/University ROI data base (see below) reminded me of the […]

Choosing the Appropriate Technology Learning Tool: Thoughts from a Decade Ago

      I am revisiting the 200 blog pieces I’ve written or co-written the past 11 years. The thoughts below still accurately reflect how […]

What have you learned today?

Lots of (re)learning in my near future as I upgrade my Macs to High Sierra. More learning of an additional kind is occurring in my […]

We All have Pieces of the Puzzle—and the Potential for Making New Pieces to Create New Pictures.

I have very few spare minutes today. With aging comes an increased awareness of the fact that I no longer can successfully delude myself about […]

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 […]

Building Student Research Teams

  Though I failed to get the crowd funding I sought last year (described in an earlier post) I am delighted to report that I have […]

Protected: Everything You Forgot from My Statistics Class: The Best of Curious David

This post is password protected. You must visit the website and enter the password to continue reading. Filed under: Carroll University USA, Curious David, PSY205, […]

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