Ed tech insiders are probably used to articles rife with warnings, concerns and other worries, especially around the issue of commercialization.
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I had a conversation the other day with NAU colleague Larry Gallagher that inspired me to return to something I’d been thinking and writing about a while back: the astonishing persistence of the learning styles notion.
Last semester, I had the opportunity to do something completely new to me: give the address at NAU’s fall commencement ceremony.
When I write about classroom atmosphere, it’s usually about ways to open the semester strong: setting high standards and an expectation that the class will be challenging, getting feedback out to students as soon as practical.
I work in public higher education, where cost-quality tradeoffs have become a more-or-less permanent feature of the landscape.