Posts Tagged: students

Teaching Non-Cognitive Skills via Technology

I attended a Re-Imagining the First Year webinar last week at UCF called Integrating Noncognitive Skills into the First Year Experience. Since I run first-year programs for STEM majors, I thought it would be an interesting spin on the transition pieces

Teaching Non-Cognitive Skills via Technology

I attended a Re-Imagining the First Year webinar last week at UCF called Integrating Noncognitive Skills into the First Year Experience. Since I run first-year programs for STEM majors, I thought it would be an interesting spin on the transition pieces

My Educational Technology Reflection

Growing up as a millennial, I feel as though I’ve grown up through the beginning of the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. I remember there being only one computer in my elementary classes and taking turns on the

My Educational Technology Reflection

Growing up as a millennial, I feel as though I’ve grown up through the beginning of the exponential growth of technology in the classroom. I remember there being only one computer in my elementary classes and taking turns on the

Good Days

Today was a really great day for me. No particular reason. I was just very appreciative of every opportunity that has come my way since being at AUR. Watching study abroad students find new experiences in Rome has reinstated my love for helping

Good Days

Today was a really great day for me. No particular reason. I was just very appreciative of every opportunity that has come my way since being at AUR. Watching study abroad students find new experiences in Rome has reinstated my love for helping