Why Face-to-Face Meetings Matter

As I get ready to head to convention — which I’ll be attending when this is posted — I’m struck by how excited I am […]

Using Cisco Webex’ Meeting Room, any classroom can become an active learning classroom [Grant & Miller]

From DSC: If you are using a tool like Cisco Webex in your school, consider implementing the idea below. I’d like to thank Mr. Steve […]

Reflections on “What Is the Price of College? Total, Net, and Out-of-Pocket Prices in 2015–16” [Published in Dec 2019]

    From DSC: This report reminds me of a graphic that Yohan Na and I did 10+ years ago…and the student debt now sits […]

Using a Research-Based Approach – It’s Up to Us [Schwegler]

Using a Research-Based Approach – It’s Up to Us  — from wcetfrontiers.org by Andria Schwegler Excerpt (emphasis DSC): This discrepancy suggests that perceptions are heavily […]

Learning for a Living [Petriglieri]

Learning for a Living — from MIT Sloan Mgmt Review by Gianpiero Petriglieri Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Calls for learning have long been common at corporate […]

2019 study of undergraduate students & information technology [educause]

2019 study of undergraduate students & information technology — from library.educause.edu Excerpts: Drawing on survey data from more than 40,000 students across 118 US institutions, […]

Embracing the struggle inherent in solid, effective learning

A lesson in active learning — from characterlab.org How to make difficulty desirable Excerpt: Recently, a group of physics professors at Harvard University ran an experiment you […]

How to choose a co-teaching model [Cassel]

How to choose a co-teaching model — from edutopia.org by Sean Cassel Knowing the pros and cons of the six models of co-teaching can help […]

My Favorite Book about Teaching and Learning is…33 Books to Inspire You! [Honeycutt]

My Favorite Book about Teaching and Learning is…33 Books to Inspire You! — from linkedin.com by Barbi Honeycutt Excerpt: …I recently posted this fill-in-the-blank question […]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ [Flaherty]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ — from insidehighered.com by Colleen Flaherty A study says smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they’ve learned more than […]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education [Rice]

Screen Mirroring, Screencasting and Screen Sharing in Higher Education — from edtechmagazine.com by Derek Rice Digital learning platforms let students and professors interact through shared […]

Reflections on “Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system” [Elgan]

Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system — from fastcompany.com by Mike Elgan In China, scoring citizens’ behavior is official government policy. […]

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