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Blog Two: Classroom Management
This semester, I am working in an eleventh grade classroom! It is a very exciting experience and so far I love it. As an upcoming teacher, something I have been trying to learn the most about this year is classroom management. I am nervous about it when I have my own classroom, but I know ... Continue reading →
SPAN 201 Tutoring Cancelled TODAY 6-7PM AND 8 - 9PM
SPAN 201 tutoring with Abby G. and with Dana J, is cancelled today (9/25) from 6-7pm. and from 8 - 9pm.  Please see the blog for more SPAN 201 tutoring times!
SPAN 202 Tutoring Cancelled 9/27
SPAN 202 tutoring will be cancelled this Wednesday (9/27). We will have tutoring on Tuesday (9/26) from 5-6pm.
Wanna Talk About It? Have Some Tea |Self Care Saturdays
Don't want to Ask Roy?  It's okay, they aren't mad about it.*  Still want to talk to someone?  Got a smart phone?** 7 Cups might just be the app for you!  I've just started using this app so I haven't had a chance to fully explore the features thoroughly.  However, from what I can tell ... Continue reading →
#TechTipThursday: Using the Canvas App
As we are settling into the fall semester the Digital Education Collaborative wants to offer students a reminder of the free and handy way to manage academic deadlines and communicate with professors. Taking Canvas on-the-go with the Canvas app, by Instructure, can be easy and convenient! Students are able to receive notifications, reply to messages, and participate ... Continue reading →
Scikit-Learn
September 18, 2017 & September 19, 2017 Duration: 226 minutes I read 1.1 through 1.15  from 1.  supervised learning. The link is below. http://scikit-learn.org/stable/supervised_learning.html#supervised-learning
Reading a Book
September 16, 2017 & September 17, 2017 Duration: 125 minutes I read Countercultures: A Sociological Analysis by William W. Zellner.
Journal #2
Since the start of my internship, I have learned that things are not always as they appear. Before I started working within the Office of Institutional Advancement, I knew little about donor relations. Now, after being here for a month, I have obtained a firm grasp of what donor relations is and how it is ... Continue reading →