If you are looking for ways to get feedback from your students on their learning and your teaching effectiveness, providing a feedback survey at the mid-quarter is one recommendation. To […]
The University of California Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science and the Center for Teaching and Learning received an NSF IUSE grant to improve student achievement in STEM undergraduate courses through […]
A new report outlines the state of STEM education for minority students and what HBCU’s do to produce successful STEM professionals.
The stigma associated with pursuing alternative career paths may be discouraging scientists from wanting to engage the public in matters of science.
The charts and figures in this interactive article show the increasing diversity of today’s students in higher education. Higher education is a critical engine of social mobility and economic development for our […]
Rachel received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, MS in Clinical Social Work from Columbia University and her PhD in Biology from UCLA in 2008. Her graduate research focused on […]
A number of studies suggest that student evaluations of teaching are unreliable due to various kinds of biases against instructors. Yet conventional wisdom remains that students learn best from highly […]
Four years after two senior academics at Stanford University challenged medical schools to stop lecturing and start flipping their classrooms, major reforms at underway at a handful of colleges to […]
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