Preparation and Participation
"Academical Notebook" by Chris Carlsmith. April 1994.
"Change-Up": A Good Pitch to Have in Your Teaching Repertoire
by Bill McAllister, TRC and Department of History. Fall 1997.
Dog Ate My Homework: How to Deal With Unprepared Students by Jann
Lacoss, Graduate Student Associate, TRC and Department of Slavic Languages
and Literatures. November 1994.
Questions: Can't Live With 'Em, Can't Live Without 'Em by Bill McAllister,
Graduate Student Associate, TRC and Department of History. November
Students' Participation in Discussions by Marva Barnett, TRC and
Department of French. Spring 1999.
Students from Beginning to End by Lisa Reilly, Horace W. Goldsmith
Distinguished Teaching Professor (1999-2002), Department of Architectural
History. Fall 2004.
Course Examinations Without Surprises by Doris Kuhlmann-Wilsdorf,
Department of Physics. Spring 1997.
Class Participation by Martha L. Maznevksi, Assistant Professor,
McIntire School of Commerce. Spring 1996.
in Class? Motivation for Attendance and Preparation by Jann Lacoss,
TRC and Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. Undergraduate
Student Focus Group. Fall 1997.
on the Team? Maximizing the Academic Performance of Student-Athletes
by Jacquie Bussie, TRC Graduate Student Associate and Department
of Religious Studies. Spring 2003.
in the Crowd? Helping Individual Students by Marva A. Barnett, TRC
and Department of French. Fall 2001.
- No More Singin’ the Blues: Preparing for Oral Presentations by Judith Reagan, TRC Associate Director, Drama.
the Same Wavelength? Clarifying Course Expectations and Goals by
Marva Barnett, Director, TRC and Department of French. Fall 1999.
One-Minute Paper from B. Magnan. January 1991.
the Engagement by Marva A. Barnett, TRC Director and Department
of French. Fall 2004.
Quizzes Students Like by Toni Wegner, Associate Professor, Dept.
of Psychology. Fall 1996.
Précis: One Reading Comprehension Tool. An Idea from Michael
Kubovy, Professor of Psychology. Spring 2000.
- Rethinking Discussion Leadership by Edmund Russell, Associate Professor of Science, Technology, and Society and History.
Handouts by P. Christopher Mizelle, TA, Department of History. November
Answers About Questions by Carole Hamilton, M.A. English, 1994,
St. Anne's-Belfield. November 1994.
Suggestion. Spring 1998.
Form for Lecture Course.
with Reading Journals by Christopher Jackson, TRC Graduate Student
Associate, Department of English. Spring 2005.
Mid-Term Evaluations to Give Students Responsibility for the Course
by Nancy Loevinger, Graduate Instruction, Department of English. January
Idea: What Do Students Know About Course Content When They Begin?
Are Todays Students? by Penny Rue, Dean of Students. Spring
Course Is It? Students as Course
Co-Creators, by Marva A. Barnett