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According to the American Psychological Association, between 80 and 95 percent of college students procrastinate on their schoolwork. So let’s face it, most students need help with time management and a 3-tiered time management system would be beneficial for most (if not all) students, but there is a lesson here for all of us.
Even though Bloom’s Taxonomy was initially developed in 1956 and is widely agreed to be relevant today, there are still many college students who are unaware of Bloom’s Taxonomy or who have limited knowledge of its meaning and application. How does Bloom's apply to today's tech-savvy students?
In higher education, there has been a growing awareness of how generational differences impact teaching and learning. This reality has come to full fruition over the last fifteen years, as Millennials and Generation Zers have come of age. Perhaps where these expectations have manifested more than in any other area of our institutions is in the learning center.
5 Tips For Creating A Successful Family Weekend!
You will hear expert advice on how to make your college family weekend an experience they will be talking about for years to come – and an experience that will contribute to future recruitment & retention initiatives.
With limited funding and time, it is often difficult for educators to attend national conferences. We asked experts, who have been recognized for their expertise in student access and success, to share innovative ideas. This week Bitsy Cohn shares her expertise on working with students with disabilities.