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DO YOU WISH TEACHING THINKING WAS EASIER?

by Bill Peirce, Coordinator, Reasoning Across the Curriculum
 

Are your writing assignments not getting the sound thinking you hoped for? Are you wondering why students resist thinking about questions that have more than one right answer? Are you interested in a strategy for getting students to do their homework every day?

Suggestions for these and many other questions are at the PGCC RAC (Reasoning Across the Curriculum) Web site. The RAC Web site (hosted at the Maryland Community College Consortium for Teaching Reasoning) has a wealth of resources that help faculty promote better thinking in their classes. Check them out: http://academic.pg.cc.md.us/~wpeirce/MCCCTR/

 

The Instructional Area Newsletter, Volume 19, No. 2

Spring 2004