Should You Encourage Students to BYOD?

Should You Encourage Students to BYOD?

Teaching has changed dramatically with the advent of the smart phone. Perhaps you actively encourage students to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), or maybe you’ve given up on trying to police students’ behavior in the classroom. Either way, your educational goals may ultimately be tempered by this one course policy.

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Grad School Probs? Use Personality Differences to Your Advantage

Grad School Probs? Use Personality Differences to Your Advantage

There is no question that you will need to work with others in order to be successful in grad school. If you know a little bit about personality theory, you will not only be able to predict how people will react in various situations, but you will also be able to use your own personality tendencies to increase productivity.

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Customer Service Model in Higher Education: What You Should Know

Customer Service Model in Higher Education: What You Should Know

As a grad student, I often joked with people about how we must cater to the needs of undergrads. Their parents were paying big bucks, and who would want their little snowflake to feel the pangs of disappointment? It wasn’t until my first year as an assistant professor that I heard the term “customer service” applied to students in a serious, non-satirical manner.

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