Lecture Instruction: Alive and Not So Well

Inside Higher Ed

New study of undergraduate STEM courses finds that lectures remain dominant — despite finding after finding questioning their effectiveness.

See the research paper published in the March 2018 issue of Science Magazine: Anatomy of STEM Teaching in North American Universities

Congratulations to Erin Sanders (CEILS), Blaire Van Valkenburgh (Life Sciences), Frank Laski (Life Sciences), Kevin Eagan (Education), Christopher Lee (Physical Sciences), and Marc Levis-Fitzgerald (OID) for their contributions to the largest-ever observational study of undergraduate STEM education.

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