Tag Archives: John Duley

Student Competencies and Experiential Learning: An Account from Justin Morrill College (1965-1979)

Three of six student competencies developed by faculty in the Justin Morrill College in 1974

This is the fourth post in a guest series by John Duley. In this post, Duley discusses his time as a faculty member in MSU’s Justin Morrill College (a predecessor of RCAH and Arts & Letters) and the student competencies its faculty sought to develop through experiential learning opportunities. In this and the next blog…

On Building Communities

"Our goal is to have all Edgewood students graduate from high school with two sets of skills: communication and computers." - John Duley

By John Duley This is the third post in a guest series by John Duley. Here, he discusses how one housing property is building community and educating students in technology and communication.  This series is about a very serious problem for us as a people, members of the richest country in the world.  The national…

The Pedagogy of Engagement

By John Duley This is part of a guest series by John Duley. He delineates the problems which confront us in public school education due to the rapid and radical changes occurring in this new Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Problem:  Inadequate Education system for the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) This blog is…