I’m passing this article on because I think there is some good information here for us. This is always like walking a tightrope and yet if we don’t address it, the educational quality for our students suffer. RLU
Joseph W. Trefzger PhD
For two decades I have taught 150- to 200-student sections of introductory financial management to majors in all business programs, plus business minors from diverse fields. Although the course has its fans—some even change their majors to finance each semester—many students find the material daunting, become distracted, and behave in ways that impede the learning of others along with their own. Distractions always have lurked in college classrooms; texters and Web surfers are merely the note passers and campus newspaper readers of the digital age.