The Harte Center Newsletter #42

Dear Colleagues: I hope that all of you take a moment to get outside and stretch your legs on this fine autumn day. As we wind into the month of November, a few notifications and a few reminders of Harte Center offerings. 1. Just in time for Winter Term registration,...

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If Content Is King, Maybe It’s Time for a Little Regicide?

  If Content Is King, Maybe It’s Time for a Little Regicide? by Paul Hanstedt It happens almost every time: I’ll be running a workshop on assignment design, or on curricular reform, or day-to-day instruction. Someone will raise their hand and say they teach chemistry...

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How to Make Group Work Not Suck

How to Make Group Work Not Suck: Scaffolding the Collaborative ProcessThrough Agency and Self-RegulationBy Paul Hanstedt    Employers love collaborators. Communities needs collaborators. Democracy requires collaboration.Students hate collaboration.And...

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The Harte Center Newsletter #41–Fall Term Luncheon Events

Hello, all: As you'll see below, we've got a variety of luncheon events in the coming months! Before I get to those, however, I'd like to announce two writing accountability groups. The purpose of these groups is to support faculty and staff in pursuing their writing...

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The Harte Center Newsletter #40

Hello, colleagues: I hope this newsletter finds you well and that the summer has provided equal parts diving into/catching up on research and sitting on your back porch with friends and family and simply enjoying yourself. It's been quite the couple of years. We all...

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The Harte Center Newsletter #39

Dear friends and colleagues: If you haven't yet had a chance to go outside and take a quiet, purposeless walk yet this month, now might be a good time. This e-mail can wait. For the rest of you, a few opportunities in the coming weeks that are important to our work as...

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