Report On Newspaper Use in the Classroom

 Thank you for completing this report. We share your ideas with other faculty in regular reports.

 Date Of Report: / /

 Term / Year that you most recently used the NY Times :                            

 About how many terms (including this one) have you used the NY Times as an instructional tool?

 Class(es) (e.g., Eng 100):
Please use official abbreviations.

 Institution If other, write out name of institution

 On a scale of 1 (not at all) to 10 (vital), how important has the newspaper been to your course learning objectives?

 On a scale of 1 (not at all) to 10 (vital), how important would your students say the newspaper is?

 We will use some of your comments in a booklet for other faculty. They will be attributed to an anonymous teacher of the particular course (e.g. Eng 100).
 If you want your name attached, include it in your comment.

 How have you used the newspaper to advance student learning?

 How have you assessed the impact of the newspaper on student learning (e.g., exams, papers)?

 What problems have you encountered in use of the newspaper?

 Other Comments (e.g., mechanics of the process, suggestions, significant student reactions etc.)

 Sally Kuhlenschmidt, Ph.D. Director,
 Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching (FaCET)
 Professor, Department of Psychology
 Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 42101
 FaCET: 270/745-6508, Fax: 270/745-6145


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