The evolving landscape of higher education is marked by the ongoing discussion (and debate) about traditional teaching versus constructivist teaching – where the role of the instructor is that of either “guide on the side” or “sage on the stage.” Dr. Mary Alberici, WGU Course Mentor in the College of
Richard Gonsalves is working in the healthcare arena, but not in the way he always thought he would. Richard holds two undergraduate degrees in biology, but ended up in the IT field—and now he says he wouldn’t have it any other way. “I’m very happy with the field I chose,”
Meet Marilyn Meyers—a native Southerner (Roll Tide!) and animal enthusiast (a parrot, a macaw, and two with paws) who brings a rich educational background to her role as a faculty mentor in the Teachers College. Not many jobs in education come with a “classroom staff” with feathers or four legs.
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