Have you ever wondered what it is like to have a seizure? Well, I have epilepsy, and let me tell you: so do I. That is because there are many different types of seizures and of epilepsy, and some—like mine—involve a loss of consciousness, as well as memory deficits. What all seizures have in common, […]
Category Archives: Teaching
A Series of Exciting Events
posted by Donovan Cronkhite
How to Write a Scientific Paper
posted by Nicole Mlynaryk
Most people learn how to write a scientific paper or proposal through trial and error. This guide hopes to make that process easier.
Engaged teaching and learning: Ready, set, action!
posted by Melissa Troyer
[En español] When I first signed up for formal training in best teaching practices from UCSD’s Center for Engaged Teaching, I thought I would learn good techniques for imparting knowledge to students. What I actually learned about was how to help students build their own knowledge, particularly through incorporating active learning in the classroom. Here […]