A brief reflection on “Why Improving Student Learning is So Hard” [Wiley]

Why Improving Student Learning is So Hard — from opencontent.org by David Wiley Excerpt: 2. Student behavior will normally change only in response to changes in faculty behavior – specifically, the assignments faculty give and the support faculty provide. For many students, the things-they-do-to-learn are all located within the relatively small universe of things their […]

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