Sometimes it seems to me that whenever things go wrong in college teaching, the first impulse of the professor is to blame the students. They aren’t prepared for class. They don’t want to grapple with the hard concepts. They don’t want to read what I assign. They do all their work at the last minute….
Tag: experiential learning
Internships in History
This semester I’m fortunate to have the opportunity — two opportunities really — to supervise an undergraduate and a graduate student working on two very different internships. The typical history internship is one where the student works at a client site off campus and the supervising professor simply makes sure something that has academic merit…