Teaching Today's Students

Context Matters: Understanding Today’s Students and the Implications for Teaching

If we kept a running total of words we use in the Reinert Center, “context” would without a doubt be near the top of the list.  It appears early in conversations with the teachers we work with, through questions such as: “So tell me about your course. Who are your students? What can they typically… Continue reading Context Matters: Understanding Today’s Students and the Implications for Teaching

From the Director

Teaching in a Time of Crisis: Moving from Reaction to Response

by Debie Lohe, Director, Reinert Center Even before the events of last week landed Ferguson (and, by extension, St. Louis), Missouri, on the national stage, I had been thinking about the distinction between reaction and response.  The two words are fairly similar in meaning; some may argue that they are roughly the same thing.  But… Continue reading Teaching in a Time of Crisis: Moving from Reaction to Response