Imagine sitting in a classroom, listening to the professor avidly lecturing. Imagine them walking around, waving their arms, being so committed that you can hear their excitement in their voice- engaging you so far into what they are saying that everything else disappears. And then someone’s phone goes off. The illusion of learning is shattered.… Continue reading Professionalism Policies On the Rise
Council member, John Simpson, walking his dog, Chloe. Last night’s city council meeting drew an unusually large crowd as council member Darden Clarke proposed to strengthen the city’s leash law. Despite strong arguments on both sides, the council ultimately struck down the proposal and no one abstained. The current law states that all pets… Continue reading Leash Law Change Put Down.
I interviewed Brooke Fountain, a freshman at Reinhardt University that has been directly influenced by the new “professionalism” policy some professors have instituted. Brooke made several point that were going to be included in my article. She agreed that the professionalism policy will make a positive impact on classroom settings. “I like how teachers are pushing… Continue reading Professionalism and Its Impact on the Classroom
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