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Saturday
Jan262013

Ep 12: Starting Off The Semester Right

On this epidsode we'll discuss how to get your semester started off right by having a great first day.

Ep 12: Starting Off Right

Thursday
Jan172013

Ep 11: Back Again For The First Time

For the first podcast of the new year Chris & I discuss how to structure classes so that students are challenged to learn, but not set up to fail.  Plus a whole lot more.  

 

 

"WE'LL DO IT LIVE!" -- In case you wondering: (NSFW) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_HyZ5aW76c

Ep. 11: Back Again For The First Time

Thursday
Dec062012

Ep 10: Finals & Wrapping Up The Semester

Topic:  This week we talk about constructing your final exams, what you want your students to take away from your class, and how to wrap up your semester.

Ep 10: Finals & Wrapping Up The Semester

Thursday
Nov292012

Ep. 9: Creating Better Presentation Slides

Topic: This week we finish our discussion of how to make your presentations a little better. We propose some small steps you can take to slowly move away from text heavy slides to slides that serve your audience better.

For your reading pleasure: Books To Check Out:

Full disclosure: Should you buy these books from the links provided I get a small kick back, just FYI.

Ep 9: Creating Better Presentation Slides

Tuesday
Nov132012

Ep 8: Getting Better At Presentations

Given how many presentations we as academics must make and sit through, it's strange how awful most of us are at them.  In this edition Chris & I talk about how we got better at presentations and the challenges we all face.

 

Links:

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Ep. 8: Giving Better Presentations