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Some of you may be advising students who are looking for either full or part time jobs. If so, the article Selecting New Employees For Your Small Business: Do Your Applicant's Resumes ROAR (Result Oriented and Relevant) which appeared in the Rhode Island Small Business Journal (RISBJ) may be of help to you and the students. Feel free to pass along the URL: http://issuu.com/gillantini/docs/risbj/42
Added by Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro on March 15, 2012 at 1:00am — No Comments
Some of you may be advising students who plan to pursue a psychology degree in college. Preparing For Your Career With A Psychology Degree, an article which appeared in Eye on Psi Chi, the magazine of the psychology honor society, Winter 2012 Edition (which I wrote) would be of benefit to those students. Please feel free to send them the URL for the issue. …Continue
Added by Dr. Ronald G. Shapiro on March 15, 2012 at 12:30am — No Comments
Members of The Freshman Transition Network know how important it is to share with students stories and examples that help young people live into their purpose, their mission, and their life story. Coach John Wooden is one such example shared often on this site. (See John Wooden's Corner) Now,…Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on March 13, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
A friend from Oak Hill, WV turned me on to E.T. - the nickname for Eric the Hip Hop Preacher. If you're looking for more resources to share with your students to teach them about life, check out E.T.'s YouTube page.
I love his moniker - TGIM - which stands for Thank God It's Monday. This guy is all about motivation, all about talking straight to young people, and all about…Continue
Added by Scott Habeeb on March 6, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Unfortunately many things you have on here are blocked. The access denied pops up. It makes this a difficult tool to use. I run into this problem frequently with other eaching sites I try to use.
This post was originally shared on Assessment FOR Learning.
I'm going to share a specific example of how AFL can be used to impact student behavior; however, first I'd like to take a look at the topic from a philosophical standpoint. We should start by reminding ourselves why it is that AFL helps students learn content. AFL practices help students learn because as a result of regular/daily assessments:
Added by Scott Habeeb on March 1, 2012 at 1:29pm — No Comments