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An Alternative to Poker Chips: Encouraging and Assessing Student Participation

In response to a post of mine on my use of poker chips in the classroom my friend and colleague, Dave Clark, sent me the following via email.  I asked for permission to post it as I think he has … Continue reading

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A Student Comment on Gender, Bias, and the Socratic Method

A former undergraduate student of mine read my Poker Chips in the Classroom post and wrote to share her thoughts. This weekend I was in [city Q] visiting [prestigious law school X]… [and] while I was there over the weekend, I … Continue reading

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Poker Chips in the Classroom

One of the rewarding things about teaching is positively impacting young peoples’ lives.  I have written about Pat Murphy, one of the teachers who had a positive impact on me.  Other than letting them know, all we can do is pay … Continue reading

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