Daily Archives: April 15, 2011

Does Academic Rigor Matter? (What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You)

Most of us blindly accept that students preparing to be doctors should be subjected to the most demanding, rigorous, God-awful course of studies as undergraduates. I mean, that soft, liberal arts, humanistic stuff is OK, but “real” professionals – like … Continue reading

Beyond Goals: Creating An Inspiring Classroom

As teachers head back to school for another year, most have developed goals for the coming school year. Virtually every expert champions the importance of establishing clear, specific goals if you want to be successful. In my experience, goals are … Continue reading