Next Friday (May 12), I will be hosting Teaching Carnival #9, right here. The Teaching Carnival encompasses the many aspects of teaching, learning, and figuring out why it all matters, in the realm of higher education.
I especially encourage submissions about teaching or learning science in higher education. Also, since for may the term will be over (or drawing to a close) by mid-May, I’d be interested to see posts about how well pedagogical innovations worked (or didn’t), or what you would do differently if you could live the term over.
Undoubtedly, there will also be posts about the horrors of grading. They’re welcome, too.
Submission procedures below the fold:
It is worth noting that you can submit posts (whether on your blog or on a blog you read) by tagging them using del.icio.us or Technorati. Here’s a post explaining how to tag posts for the Teaching Carnival.
Or, of course, you can go old school and email me links to posts. Just make sure the email subject line includes “Teaching Carnival” and, if you could, give me a brief description of the posts to which you’re directing me. (Again, you’re encouraged to nominate the posts of others!)
I will accept posts till 5 pm (Pacific time) on Thursday, May 11. If you can get them to me sooner, so much the better!