I’m pleased to be one of four mini-keynotes opening this summer’s NEACUHO Annual Conference. I’m doing a twist on some new content I’ve been working on. (See Below.) Unfortunately I won’t be able to be there in person, but via video. I promise to share it after it’s presented live.
From the first ACPA PechaKucha session, to its adoption as a conference-wide event, a number of faculty have begun to utilize the presentation style as a class assignment for their students. For a few years, I have avoided assigning this to my own students. I thought it was just too hard. That it required too advanced a skill set. I’ve since changed my mind and this semester I am assigning my students a PechaKucha assignment for the first time. As I reflected, I realized there were just too many positive outcomes associated with the… Read More
I created this presentation back in 2008(?) for RA Training to help my RAs understand how the educational purpose of residence halls has evolved over time and where, as student staff, they fit into that history. I recently came back across it and thought I’d put it up on the web as a video for others to use and share as they see fit. It holds up pretty well for being nearly 6 years old at this point. Enjoy! (Sorry for some of the rough song transitions. Keynote has some limits when you’re… Read More