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Feb 27, 2016 7:30pm EST
college of concordia having an interesting book about modern china. you have a narrative of fredrick douglas which is a classic work. you have johnson edward editing of the diary of david bringer. the point is they do exist and they do seem to be working but how can you test this? they have a goal that is impossible to see if they succeeded. you will be able to tell what you are doing and if it is working. we would like them to integrate to readings into the the classes test. if you cannot get your students to read one challenging book in the four years maybe you should make the admission standards tighter. we do have confidence in students and some in the colleges. we do actually think that simply going to the best existing standard practice of the common reading programs will be a marvelous improvement and i want to leave you with this: there is hope for the future and hope based on what already exists. i have been told this should be working why the technicians mike us were the question section. >> i thought i could share about the books chosen by the largest colleges. west more,
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Mar 24, 2016 8:52pm EDT
having an interesting book about modern china. you have a narrative by douglas which is a classic work. you have in john edwards editing of the diary. you have good books. we have them as honorable mentions. it's not impossible to choose them and they are working right now. the point is, they do exist and they do seem to be working. therefore, we do have a bunch of recommendations for what can be done better. don't, how do you check if community is being built? they set a goal which is literally impossible to tell and they succeeded at it. complying to academic goals you'll actually be able to tell what you're doing and if it's working. we like them to have smaller committees composed entirely of people who love books and have a great experience of it. we would like them to integrate a few readings into the classes and have them be testable. you can test for that knowledge. you can test for whether or not you've read the book. it's not impossible to do. we even have a recommendation that it might be possible to make the college admission selection more selective. maybe you should
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Apr 24, 2016 3:00pm EDT
the college of concordia having an interesting book about modern china. you have a classic work by frederick douglass. you have johnson edwards editing of the dire of david brinyard. you have good book that are honorable mentions. it's not impossible to choose them, and they are working right now for alas far too few of the colleges, but the point is that they do exist and they do seem to be working. therefore, we do have a bunch of recommendations for what can be done better. we'd like to get rid of the extracurricular goals. just make it apodaca goal. don't worry about building community. how do you test if community is being built? they have a goal which is literally impossible to tell whether they've succeeded at it. confined to academic goals you'll actually be able to tell what you're doing, and if it is working. we'd like them to have smaller committees, composed entirely of people who love books and have a great experience of it. we would like them to integrate readings into the classes and have them be testable. you can test for swimming knowledge. you can do that. you can
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2016 12:37am EDT
can we hope for? to have a classic selection. you have the college of concordia about china. is a classic work in jonathan edwards editing of the diary. and those that were honorable mentions in and they are working right now but the point is that they do seem to be working. it to get those extra curricular goals have was that being built? literally is it is theyssible to tell. that you can't tell what you we're doing ruth like them to have smaller committees it to have a great experience we would like them to integrate the readings you can test. >> can we believe in the recommendation to make the college admission process will work selective if you really can get your student body able to read one challenge but aside from that and confidence of the college's to those practice standards making marvelous improvements it can work for the other colleges. and then the best practices to spend up practical improvement in the guess they do want to leave you with that that there is hopealr. for what already exists. thank you. [applause] abo >> so i will be making nonsense noises i thought
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Mar 19, 2016 3:30pm EDT
interesting book about modern china, the narrative of frederick douglass is a classic work. johnson edwards editing the diary of david brainerd. you have good book says honorable mention. it is not impossible to choose them and they are working right now for too few of these colleges. the point is they do exist and they do seem to be working. therefore we do have some recommendations for what can be done better. we would like to get rid of the extra curricular goals and make it academic goals, don't worry about building community. how do you text, they have a goal that is impossible to tell, confined to academic goals, actually be able to tell what you are doing is working. we would like them to have smaller committees composed entirely of people who love books that have a great experience of it. we would like them to integrate the reading into class es. you can test for swimming knowledge, you can test for whether you read a book over the summer. it is not impossible to do. we have a recommendation that it might be better to make college more selective, if you can't get your current studen
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Mar 5, 2016 8:00am EST
major barter. the college of concordeyea about modern china. you have a narrative of frederick douglass, a classic work. it is not possible to choose them. and they are working right now for far too few indeed. and they do exist and they do seem to be working. therefore, the extracurricular goal, don't worry about building the community. they set themselves a goal, whether they succeeded at it. confining academic goal, tell what you are doing. we would like them to have smaller committees composed entirely of people, who have a great experience of it. we would like them to integrate reading in to classes. you can do that, you can test for whether you read a book over the summer. we have recommendation that might be better to make the college admissions process collective. if you can get the current student body to be able to be willing to read, able to read, in the four years, make your admission tighter. we have some confidence in students and colleges, we do actually think simply going to the best existing standards practice, would be a marvelous improvement. it is working fo
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