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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Tomorrow marks the beginning of classes for me again! I will be back in to the routine of getting up at 5 a.m. for my Calculus 2 course at 8 a.m. I went and introduced myself to Kathy Gross, the instructor, before the end of last semester. Some people thought … Continue reading
Tell me, and I’ll forget; show me, and I may remember; but, involve me, and I’ll understand. Although this nugget of wisdom about learning comes from an ancient Chinese proverb, it’s relevant for education today. The traditional approach of teachers lecturing to students who, in turn, madly scribble notes is … Continue reading
Are you a Cayuga CC student volunteering your time in the community? Come to an information session to hear how you can obtain an academic scholarship for your service. CCC students that serve as volunteers at non-profit agencies, tutors and pre-service teachers in school districts or after-school programs and nursing … Continue reading