The Tortoise and the Hare: Using Quick but Iterative Instructional Improvements to Build a Better Class Over Time

You may have heard Aesop’s fable of The Tortoise and the Hare. The two are pitted against each other in a race. The Hare is confident in his speed making him the clear winner, against the Tortoise’s slow and languid gate. The speedy Hare stops for a nap, and the Tortoise passes him and wins the race. The moral of the tale adds up to “slow and steady wins the race”. But what if we could learn from both the Tortoise and the Hare in our course revision and instructional design practices and win the race together?

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