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Being aware of distress signals, methods of intervention, and sources of help can give you more control in situations that may arise.
Dr. Allen Johnston: I am attempting to blend synchronous and asynchronous delivery in the same section. Specifically, I am supporting three forms of participation: face-to-face, live online, and asynchronous.
David Vance: Mentoring graduate students to write scientifically can be extremely rewarding when one witnesses the thrill they experience from receiving that acceptance letter that an article they wrote, or helped to write, was accepted for publication.
David Vance: In my academic career, I’ve probably learned, at the least the important stuff, more from one-on-one mentorship than ever in the classroom, both as the student and the mentor.
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Preparing to use i>clickers in your course A. Download the integration files: Click heretto download the software for i>clicker. You will be prompted for your BlazerID and password. Click on the drop-down menu Select i>clicker (Windows) or i>clicker (Mac) - depending on the operating system you will be using. NOTE:…
UAB Clickers In an effort to establish a well supported, cost-effective use of clickers (classroom interactive response systems), and to assist with their integration across campus, UAB has selected i>Clicker as the standard UAB Response System. The i>clicker system was chosen for its ease of use, compatibility with UAB computing environment…
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