IMPACT in Action

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  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    In class, I share my personal experience: I was horrible in English in college, taking ENG102 twice and not because I loved it so much! I was on track to be a math graduate, but then I needed to write research papers, write convincing grants, and present ... More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    I could not agree more! We need to find ways to support our faculty in teaching these skills. ------------------------------ Alison Thimblin Dean Northern Virginia CC ------------------------------ More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    George's comment about the blend of skills in statistics is so true. I used to have my liberal arts students look for "math in the news," write a report and share with the class. For my developmental students, we spent time discussing all the other things ... More of this discussion

  • Posted in: IMPACT Live!

    Part of our job is teaching students how to be students--that means teaching study skills, note-taking, and test-taking strategies. I've also found that students who understand about mindset and grit persist longer on their homework, which makes it possible ... More of this discussion