Fernandez shows deep thinking in her piece about how to appropriately convey disapproval to students.
The author responds to an earlier paper in this handbook, focused on transcending cross-cultural barriers in mentorship and teaching.
Empowering Learners: Spring 2010
Field Group Project Part 4:
Sarah Choyke, Candace LaCrosse,
Linnea Segan, and Alexandra Funk
As the title suggests, this handbook is about teaching assistantship at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges.
Empowering Learners Final Project
This essay examines the concept of coping in education, the use of digital technologies in class, and the importance of diversity and how it is helpful in mentoring.
This paper takes on the idea of boundaries in education, and why they should be viewed as fences rather than walls.
This essay looks at the importance of creativity in the process of learning.
A case study of a campus initiative to build relationships and dialogues about teaching and learning among faculty, staff and students (www.brynmawr.edu/tli).
A student talks about her experience in tutoring algebra to a freshman in high school.
A reflection on how teaching assistantship can be improved to benefit the students, the professor and also the T.A.
This essay focuses on the concept of ignorance and how one can overcome it by being aware of other people's different points of view than one's very own.
Narrative is determined not by a desire to narrate but by a desire to exchange. (Roland Barthes, S/Z)