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Understanding & Motivating Students

Diversity and Inclusion
"Teaching in Racially Diverse College Classrooms" - from Harvard University's Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.  *Due to a computer glitch, we are not able to link directly to this article.  When you click on the link, scroll down the page to view this exact article.

"Women and Men in the Classroom:  Inequality and Its Remedies"
by Catherine G. Krupnick from Harvard University's Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning.

Student Motivation
Motivating Students' Best Work - from "A Berkeley Compendium - Suggestions for Teaching with Excellence"

Student Cognitive Development
A brief overview of William Perry's Scheme of Intellectual and Ethical Development from the State University of New York at Buffalo
The Perry Network and the Center for the Study of Intellectual Development - an informative site although difficult to view.  Best if viewed on a Mac. 

Student Learning Styles
Kolb Learning Styles A complete article on Kolb Learning Styles including definitions, diagrams, and resources.

Educating the Net Generation e-book
This e-book discusses the learning styles of the generation of students who have grown up in a world of information technology.

- A guide to learning styles
"What are learning styles? Can we identify them? What is their place in the assessment program?" By Linda Suskie of Towson University.  She lists links to many other learning style web pages.