Teaching Methodologies

Classes are approached with an active learning pedagogy and student-centered philosophy that include but are not limited to these activities: assisted lectures; assisted note-taking; multiple drafts of analytical and expository academic papers that receive peer, teacher and tutor review; grammar exercises and application to revision techniques; student descriptive responding of oral feedback for student writings; practice and formal writing with research and documentation; plagiarism exercises with interactive web quizzes; information literacy exercises; collaborative, information literacy writing projects; student designed reading schedule; learning partner, rhetorical analysis, critical reading projects with alternative assessment; essay and objective reading quizzes that require critical reading and thinking; open forum discussion about topics raised by our reading selections;  one-on-one tutorials with professor; student generated quiz; student evaluations of quiz responses; formative assessment and summative assessment with rubrics; web enhancement of all courses using Blackboard; all lectures published on Blackboard; handouts stored in Blackboard for easy student access; grades available in Blackboard 24/7.

Delivery of Instruction

Classes available for this instructor on Cape May County Campus, online, or in hybrid form which is two credit hours on campus and one credit hour online.