By Patricia Wessell Nursing Department Delaware Technical Community College Terry Campus The beginning As I began instructing brand new nursing students, I found myself teaching to students with blank stares on their faces. Everything was new and foreign to them, even the words I used. I found myself using words to explain other words and […]
By Larry Trincia Science Department Delaware Technical Community College George Campus It is a challenge for me to incorporate some of the educational tools available into my science classes. Most of my physics classes involve a lot of problem solving. Solving problems, many problems, leads to good outcomes for students that do them. On the […]
By Lindsay Gigous Education Department Delaware Technical Community College Wilmington Campus Here’s a scary thought: ever try to get into your students’ minds? What do they really think about your assignments? Are they completely bored in your classes or do they like what you’re doing?
By Ernie Kulhanek English Department Delaware Technical Community College Stanton Campus Welcome back to the online book club discussion of Teaching Naked, by Dr. Jose Bowen. If you missed our review of the Preface, Part I: The Digital Landscape, or the first section of Part II: Designing 21st Century Courses, just follow the links to […]
By Ernie Kulhanek English Department Delaware Technical Community College Stanton Campus Welcome back to our online discussion of Teaching Naked, by Dr. José Bowen. Previously, we looked at Part I: The Digital Landscape, which comprised the first three chapters. Today, we’ll examine chapters four through six, which make up the first section of Part II: […]
By Joe Rineer I teach science at the Owens campus. I am currently teaching three different levels of anatomy and physiology. I taught high school science for the past 10 years until I was lucky enough to step into my current position at Del Tech. When I was in high school, one of the biggest […]