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Is there a fine line between cheating and learning?

Peter Nonacs, professor of Game Theory believes that ‘much of evolution and natural selection can be summarized in three short words: “Life is games.” ‘ The object of any game he knows, is to win—whether it’s “getting the best grade on a midterm, or successfully inculcating critical thinking into your students.’ Find out the tips […]

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Assessment model from NYCCT Business Department

Professor Lucas Bernard from New York City College of Technology took part in the CUNY Hybrid Initiative. Along with Professor Tim Reinig, he evaluated courses in the business department. The following is a summary of the findings:  Status of The CUNY Hybrid Initiative Grant II

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Evolve: evaluate, review, and revise your online course

Evolve: evaluate, review, and revise your online course From the School of Professional Studies  Evaluate your course    Once you have taught your course, you will be expected to review, evaluate, and ultimately to revise your course as the last step in your Course Development Process.   For the purpose of assessing your course you should […]

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