Monthly Archives: April 2012

The power of one-on-one student-teacher meetings

As I wrap up the winter semester with my first-year Office Administration students with one-on-one mock job interviews, I’m wishing I could have met with each one in this way earlier. These mock interviews have students implementing the crash-course lessons … Continue reading

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Teachers: take a seat!

The first time I sat while presenting a lesson was at the end of my first semester of teaching four years ago. On this particular day, I was recovering from a flu and was literally too tired to stand. I … Continue reading

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