“Bring on the Bard” by Kevin Long

Kevin Long, associate professor of theatre and speech at Harper College, and his co-author Mary Christel have written a book, “Bring on the Bard”, which offers active drama approaches that position students to engage with Shakespeare’s text through...

How to Keep from Going MIA in Your Online Course

Engagement is critical when teaching an online course. A recent article from Faculty Focus provides suggestions on how to stay engaged with students in an online course. Link to Article: “How to Keep from Going MIA in Your Online Course” Harper OSCQR...

Critical Thinking Improves Life Outcomes

Did you know? Critical thinking predicts a wide range of life events! That’s the major finding of a series of recent studies conducted by Heather Butler and her colleagues in the psychology department at California State University, Dominguez Hills. Butler et al....

Reflections on Student Success

Submitted by Mary Horstman, Nursing How do you prepare students to become healthcare professionals in the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) program? The life of a healthcare professional is especially difficult since it is a life of serving others. Healthcare workers...