How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

How Does Biology Affect Learning?

Scientists have known for a long time that when we learn, our brains and senses react, but how to apply this knowledge to the enhancement […]

How to Manage Objections to Student-Centered Learning

The introduction of a student-centered or learner-centered approach can be challenging for both students and instructors. While courseware can help optimize student-centered learning, there can still […]

Personalized Learning Really Works

Mark Zuckerberg and wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, put personalized learning in the spotlight this month by pledging billions to support it. Here’s what others are […]

The Flipped Classroom – 6 Must Read Articles

As instructors implement the flipped classroom with their students, enthusiasm for this learner-centered strategy grows. Learn more about the flipped classroom from these sources: History […]

Data-Informed Design / Future of Conferences / Treatment of Adjuncts and More: Worth Reading for 09.24.2015

:: Data-Informed Design, a Sasaki Perspective in SCUP Journal Excerpt: “In the following Q&A, Claire Turcotte, managing editor of SCUP’s journal Planning for Higher Education, […]

Pell Recipients / MOOCs / Require Degrees / And More: Worth Reading for 10.01.2015

Why Is It So Hard for Pell Recipients to Graduate? Excerpt: “A new report released Thursday provides a detailed look at the graduation rates of low-income college students. At many colleges, low-income students graduate […]

Pell Recipients / MOOCs / Require Degrees / And More: Worth Reading for 10.01.2015

Why Is It So Hard for Pell Recipients to Graduate? Excerpt: “A new report released Thursday provides a detailed look at the graduation rates of low-income college students. At many colleges, low-income students graduate […]

Data-Informed Design/Future of Conferences/Treatment of Adjuncts and More: Worth Reading for 09.24.2015

:: Data-Informed Design, a Sasaki Perspective in SCUP Journal Excerpt: “In the following Q&A, Claire Turcotte, managing editor of SCUP’s journal Planning for Higher Education, […]

Competency Education Boom / The Real Value of Higher Ed / And More: Worth Reading for 09.10.2015

Amid Competency-Based Education Boom, A Meeting to Help Colleges Do It Right Excerpt: “Roughly 600 colleges are in the design phase for a new competency-based […]

Rising Tuition / Competition for Students / And More: Worth Reading for 09.03.2015

Are We Nearing the End of College Tuition Pricing as We Know It? Students at private colleges received an average 42 percent discount on their […]

Unbundling and Assessment of Learning

The growth of alternative education and training providers continues. Companies like Udemy, Udacity, Codecademy, Fulbridge and General Assembly appear to be settling in for the […]

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