Stray thoughts

What does it mean when students read and even comment on faculty blogs? Doesn’t that show a different, even higher level of engagement when students essentially participate in a faculty discussion?

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  3. Isaac says:

    At the very least, it gives me a broader understanding of where you’re coming from. If I may say, by knowing your pedagogical perspective, or that of any professor, it is easier to understand the nuiance of both what you are asking for in class and in small group or one on one settings. I think that knowing where you’re coming from pedagogically facilitates communication and thus learing on my end.

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