We talk about getting online teaching right with three colleagues with expertise in online pedagogy.
We discuss Dan Chambliss’ op-ed in the Wall Street Journal about the ethics of letting people drop their major or college.
We discuss the ethics of assigning books and rewarding social media follows in your classes.
We meet the gang from The Social Breakdown, a great sociology-themed, teaching-oriented podcast.
Yingyi Ma discusses her work on the experience of Chinese students in US schools
Seth Aburtyn (University of British Columbia) discusses the role of classical sociology in our graduate curricula.
A discussion about recent findings that gender bias in teaching evaluation.
A Penn law professor comments that black students perform poorly. What are we to make of it?
We discuss the case of Lawrence Rosen, who sparked controversy by using N-word in a class on hate speech. Photo Credit. By Internet Archive Book Images – https://www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/14785007033/Source book page: […]