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Added as a Blog Post, But Applicable Here -- Academic Articles

I already posted this as a blog post, but I think this bit of news bears repeating in the group for professional educators.  I hope that th…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

0 Feb 14, 2017

Extra Credit Quiz

Here is an extra credit quiz that I offer in my Major Issues of Modern US History class at La Roche.  I don't announce it, and give it in t…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

6 Mar 7, 2016
Reply by Jim Werbaneth

Extra Credit Assignments

This group has been pretty quiet for a while.  Maybe this is a good time to talk about something that has been nagging at me the last coupl…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

7 Aug 3, 2014
Reply by Jim Werbaneth

Teaching About the Holocaust

We just had Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom HaShoah.  Did anyone introduce any special lessons to commemorate it, or otherwise give speci…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

3 Apr 21, 2012
Reply by Jim Werbaneth

The Disadvantages of an Elite Education

This article from the American Scholar was posted on Facebook by a friend, and I was quite impressed when I read it through.  I got a taste…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

0 Jun 25, 2011

Department of Education Regulation of For-Profit Schools

This another story about online education, and how it's sometimes sometimes portrayed.  In this case, it is connected with a new set of reg…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

2 Jun 1, 2011
Reply by Jim Werbaneth

An Assessment of My Own School: Unfair Post, Great Responses

I received a link to this story today in Rip-Off Report, and I debated with myself whether to pass it on.  Eventually I figured that doing…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

2 May 29, 2011
Reply by Jim Werbaneth

Military Bias Against Cyber High Schools?

My full-time job is teaching political science at American Military University, and I do some online teaching in poli sci and political sci…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

1 Feb 27, 2011
Reply by Tony

One Area in Which the United States Can Emulate Europe

I spent a very enjoyable ten days based out of Sittard, the Netherlands at the end of July 2010.  It wasn't all travel and vacation and see…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

3 Sep 14, 2010
Reply by Eric Walters

Pittsburgh Tribune Review Story - Fewer Tenured and Tenure-Track Positions Available

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review carried an interesting story today.  The story describes a precipitous drop in tenured and tenure-track teach…

Started by Jim Werbaneth

1 May 4, 2010
Reply by Alan Emrich

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