Today,the topic of Instructional Technology is taking a back seat to something more important. Please read on.
We have hungry students attending classes at Macomb, and probably more than you think. In fact, we have homeless students among us. Can you image sitting through hours of lecture, then leaving campus wondering if you’ll be able to have a warm meal that night? I can’t imagine that. And we think our lives are stressful?!
The Macomb Community College Student Life and Leadership Office (formerly Student Activities) has teamed up with Gleaner’s Food bank to create the Food for Thought Student Food Pantry, and your contributions are needed!
We’ve been talking about it for a while, and now it’s finally here. Welcome to the new Center for Teaching and Learning blog! The added bit of inspiration that we needed came to us during the 2009 CIT Conference, which took place at Cobo Hall a few weeks ago. We had a great time at the conference, and picked up a number of new ideas, which we are eager to share with you in the weeks that follow. Through the pages of this blog, CTL staff will provide a wealth of information, ideas and tips about teaching and using technology in the classroom at Macomb Community College.
But before we get started, let’s make sure we all know what a “blog” is!