To most of us with an interest in such things, the idea that active learning = good is not exactly new. So what is world-rocking about what Deslauriers and colleagues did?
Category: Higher Education
The making and execution of summer reading lists is a ritual I’ve slowly come around to appreciating.
It’s not the modality of or tools used for notetaking, but the thought processes that go along with it, that matter.
Faculty benefit from professional development that focuses on the science of learning. But are faculty the ones who need it the most?
You know that part of making Thanksgiving dinner, when you’ve taken out every ingredient, dirtied every utensil you own, pots are bubbling but you haven’t produced an actual edible dish yet?