Huge study finds professors’ attitudes affect students’ grades — and it’s doubly true for minority students. [Johnson]

Huge study finds professors’ attitudes affect students’ grades — and it’s doubly true for minority students. — from arstechnica.com by Scott Johnson Excerpt: Instead, the […]

7 Things You Should Know About Accessibility Policy [ELI / EDUCAUSE]

7 Things You Should Know About Accessibility Policy — from library.educause.edu Excerpt: Websites from the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) of the California State University, Penn […]

Flexible Learning Spaces Initiative

Have you seen or even taught in some of the renovated classrooms designed to support alternative teaching methods? Exciting news has been shared by the […]

Summer 2019 Rosters in Sakai

Here’s a sweet treat for you. Summer 2019 rosters are now in Sakai, which means you can get your classes ready well before the summer! […]

A model for other CS departments to follow? [Kuang]

A model for other CS departments to follow? https://t.co/KchlDi2Try — Chris Kuang (@chris_kuang) February 22, 2019   Joint CS and Philosophy Initiative, Embedded EthiCS, Triples […]

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching.

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching. — from wakelet.com   Dual coding is simply combining verbal […]

Inspiring Leaders | Anthony G. Picciano [virtuallyinspired.org]

Inspiring Leaders | Anthony G. Picciano — from virtuallyinspired.org Co-founder of CUNY Online and founding member of the Online Learning Consortium, shares his insights on […]

Resources for researching doctoral education opportunities [EdDPrograms.org]

The information below is from Deb Molfetta, Outreach Coordinator at EdDPrograms.org EdDPrograms.org helps educators and administrators research doctoral education opportunities. Their organization’s work in education began in 2008 […]

Is Teaching an Art or a Science? New Book Takes a Fresh Look at ‘How Humans Learn.’ [Young]

Is Teaching an Art or a Science? New Book Takes a Fresh Look at ‘How Humans Learn.’ — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpts: Eyler: That is […]

Learning Engineering and the need for “Learning Engineers”

From DSC: From Mary Grush’s recent article re: Learning Engineering, I learned that back in the late 1960’s, Herbert Simon believed there would be value […]

“Put it into practice…*do* what it says” — some active learning from Scripture.

Philippians 4:9 New International Version (NIV) — biblegateway.com 9 Whatever you have learned or received or heard from me, or seen in me—put it into practice. And the God of […]

6 key trends to 21st century teaching [edsurge.com]

6 key trends to 21st century teaching — from edsurge.com Excerpt: It’s popular these days to complain that college teaching hasn’t changed in hundreds of […]

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