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Yasuko Rallings

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Teacher of the Year

Wake Forest professor Yasuko Takata Rallings teaches her midlevel Japanese class in Carswell Hall on Monday, September 29, 2014.
Wake Forest professor Yasuko Takata Rallings teaches her midlevel Japanese class in Carswell Hall on Monday, September 29, 2014. The students perform verbal exercises in small groups in class.
Wake Forest professor Yasuko Takata Rallings teaches her midlevel Japanese class in Carswell Hall on Monday, September 29, 2014.
Wake Forest professor Yasuko Takata Rallings teaches her midlevel Japanese class in Carswell Hall on Monday, September 29, 2014. The students perform verbal exercises in small groups in class.
Wake Forest professor Yasuko Takata Rallings teaches her midlevel Japanese class in Carswell Hall on Monday, September 29, 2014.

Teaching @WFU: A CAT Blog

Image of 6 pencils in a row on a blue background. Five of the pencils are long and sharpened, but the third pencil in the row is short and has a broken tip.

Preparing to Teach After 16 Months of Disruption

August 20, 2021

Image of 6 pencils in a row on a blue background. Five of the pencils are long and sharpened, but the third pencil in the row is short and has a broken tip. Our previous posts this week have been mostly pragmatic--helping you put the finishing touches on your syllabi, your Canvas page,... Read More »


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Masks in the Classroom: Part 2!

August 19, 2021

professor in mask About this time last year, I wrote a short post with a few mask recommendations and tips for teaching in a mask. Weโ€™ve learned a... Read More »