Kudos to the Chronicle of Higher Education for asking students directly to give their opinion of classroom lectures!
A group of six faculty and staff gathered in the CTL last Friday to consider the 2012 Horizon report (full report is at: http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/HR2012.pdf). The first point noted was that […]
We’ll be discussing this today in the CTL at noontime. Look for notes from the session next week!
The entire BCC community is invited to our Spring Professional Day: “Write, Speak, Think & Connect: What Do Our Students Need for Their Career Success?” Thursday, March 1, 2012 Join […]
This article discusses some sophisticated uses of LA in the classroom, such as: what if you could track responses to a problem, then have a student’s computer group him/her with […]
This study, which is not new but was recently cited in the Department of Education meta-study of 2010, finds that students can benefit greatly from interactive video in online courses, […]
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This is an inspiring story about the power of education to transform peoples’ lives. It is worth listening to the audio for the mini-interviews of the graduates of the program. […]
Content-chunking, frequent assessment, mastery learning, individualized coaching – sounds like a winning formula… but do the students write anything? http://www4.uwm.edu/power/unique-teaching-method-earns-national-attention
This conference will take place at UMass Amherst, Friday, September 23, 2011. The call for proposals is up on their website: http://www.umass.edu/studentsuccessconference/index.php