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Teaching Carnival 5.01

[September’s Teaching Carnival--and the beginning of year five of the TC--is from Tonya Howe, Assistant Professor of English at Marymount University.  Tonya blogs at Cerosia and can be reached at thowe [at] Marymount [dot] edu or @howet on Twitter.  ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms. You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home p…

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Teaching Carnival 4.11

[August's Teaching Carnival is from Sara Q. Thompson, the Director of Educational Technology at Briar Cliff University.  She blogs at Librarienne and can be reached at sara.q.thompson [at] gmail [dot] com or @librarienne on Twitter. ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms. You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home page. –@billiehara

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Teaching Carnival 4.11

Here at ProfHacker, we devote about one-third of our posts (and our time) to teaching-related issues and activities.  Our posts have covered, among other things, pedagogy, students, colleagues, tips, tricks, books, and lectures. We understand the importance of teaching in higher education. Nevertheless, we are not the only ones who understand it. At ProfHacker, we believe in collaboration in and the sharing of knowledge. Therefore, each month, we publish a roundup of links around the web, links…

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Teaching Carnival 4.10

Here at ProfHacker, we devote about one-third of our posts (and our time) to teaching-related issues and activities. Our posts have covered, among other things, pedagogy, students, colleagues, tips, tricks, books, and lectures. We understand the importance of teaching in higher education. Nevertheless, we are not the only ones who understand it. At ProfHacker, we believe in collaboration in and the sharing of knowledge. Therefore, each month, we publish a roundup of links around the web, links devoted to teaching in higher education. These are the Teaching Carnivals. [You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival's home page. ]

This month the posts are wide ranging. Let’s get started.

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Teaching Carnival 4.9

[May's Teaching Carnival is from Jill Morris, and she provides her own introduction below.  ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms. You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home page. --@billiehara]

When I volunteered to write this Teaching Carnival (what feels like) many months ago, I was a wife, a WPA, a computers and writing junky, …

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Teaching Carnival 4.8

April’s Teaching Carnival is from Annie Vocature Bullock, an Adjunct Instructor of Church History at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary and an Instructor at the Center for Christian Ministry and Vocation at the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest. Annie blogs at Marginal Theology and can be contacted via email at avbullock (at) gmail.com.

ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in…

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Teaching Carnival 4.7

March’s Teaching Carnival is from Nate Kreuter, an Assistant Professor of English at Western Carolina University.  Nate blogs at 3 x 3 in Cullowhee. You can email him at nathankreuter [AT] gmail [DOT]com.

ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms.  You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home page.

Admonitions to students, incisive ques…

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Teaching Carnival 4.6

A ferris wheel.February’s Teaching Carnival is from Elizabeth Kleinfeld, an Assistant Professor of English and Writing Center Director at Metropolitan State College of Denver.  Liz blogs at Revisionspiral You can email her at liz.kleinfeld [AT] gmail [DOT]com.

ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms.  You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home page

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Teaching Carnival 4.5

A ferris wheel at a carnival.January’s Teaching Carnival is from Sara Webb-Sunderhaus, an Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, and she blogs at Writing on the Margins.  You may email her at webbsusa [AT] gmail [DOT]com.

ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms. You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home site.  Teaching Carnival 4.5 continues with a new list of interesting links and reads about pedagogy in higher education.

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Teaching Carnival 4.4

December’s Teaching Carnival is from David Morgen, Assistant Director of the Writing Center at Emory University. You can email him at dmorgen [at] gmail [dot] com.

ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, so each month you can return for a snapshot of the most recent thoughts on teaching in college and university classrooms. You can find previous carnivals on Teaching Carnival’s home site.

Teaching Carnival 4.4 continues with a new list of interesting links and reads about pedagogy in higher education.

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