Monthly Archives: February 2015

NAIS Conference: An Exciting Learning Opportunity for Faculty

How do we learn? What does it mean: “to learn”? How do we decide when a student has learned? Is it sufficient to simply memorize facts? Does that mean a student has “learned” the facts? Does she or he understand … Continue reading

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“It’s how you recover that counts.”

In 1851, a schooner named America from the United States and a schooner from Great Britain raced around the Isle of Wight in England. Unbelievable to the British, the American yacht finished first. This event became the first in a … Continue reading

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Thank you to Maintenance, Faculty Updates, and Our Speaker this Spring

Perhaps you have not been on campus this week. It is an incredible sight! Mt. Derby has grown significantly. Massive icicles have been knocked down. Major paths have been created to make the campus look like a maze from Alice … Continue reading

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Snow Day Fun and Mosaic Inspiration

Here it is . . . Thursday evening. The first week in February is sliding by. We have had a second week with a significant snowstorm. We have the possibility of yet a third snow event next week. Snow days, … Continue reading

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