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Bringing Home the Knowledge: Thoughts from the Learning Disabilities Association of America Conference

This past week, I (Taylor Fortney) was given the opportunity to travel to Orlando, Florida to attend the Learning Disabilities Association of America Conference. I was able to go with 3 of my colleagues, Tamara Mancini, Taylor Fidler, and Terri Greene, all of whom work in our Student Disability Services main office. This was such… Continue reading Bringing Home the Knowledge: Thoughts from the Learning Disabilities Association of America Conference

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Master Tutor Spotlight: Victoria Andrews

By: Victoria Andrews Hi everyone! I am Victoria Andrews and this is my third semester as a Master Tutor with the TECHniques Center! I started with the TC as a tutor in the Fall of 2013 and I have been here ever since! Being a part of the TECHniques Center team is something that I… Continue reading Master Tutor Spotlight: Victoria Andrews

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Ed Parkour: The Free Running Approach to Education

By Chaise Jung As most may have picked up from talking to me around the Techniques Center, I spend my free time (and often my time that isn’t supposed to be free) researching various theories in regards to human life. Now I could not tell you how exactly I got from point A to D,… Continue reading Ed Parkour: The Free Running Approach to Education

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Master Tutor Spotlight: Zachary Grimsley

Hello Everyone! My name is Zachary Grimsley and I am a Senior Animal Science major with an emphasis in pre-veterinary medicine with minors in Chemistry and Business. I am from Abernathy, Texas, a small town just north of Lubbock. I am graduating in May with my Bachelor’s Degree, and will attend either Texas A&M University’s… Continue reading Master Tutor Spotlight: Zachary Grimsley