A recent report explores the gap between evidence-based teaching practices and the methods that undergraduate instructors typically use. (Inside Higher Ed) The report is titled “Unpacking Relationships: Instruction and Student Outcomes” […]
Undergraduate research has a rich history, and many practicing researchers point to undergraduate research experiences (UREs) as crucial to their own career success. There are many ongoing efforts to improve […]
Published in The Chronicle of Higher Education Providing more faculty development opportunities for faculty members to think, talk, and write could help to improve faculty productivity and career burnout.
Published in Times Higher Education Lack of self-efficacy plays a significant role in writing anxiety amongst graduate students, and this writing anxiety can often prevent students from completing their graduate degree.
Published in Nature Partner Journals – Science of Learning Abstract: The purpose of this article is to explore a model of learning that proposes that various learning strategies are powerful […]
Published in the Association for Psychological Science Abstract: Laptop computers are widely prevalent in university classrooms. Although laptops are a valuable tool, they offer access to a distracting temptation: the Internet. […]
This new book summarizes evidence-based teaching practices for STEM classrooms that improve student learning across diverse populations. (CBE- Life Sciences Education)
In this essay, authors use a backward-design approach to inform life science graduate students of postdoctoral opportunities in BER. READ MORE
Academic research plays an important role in uncovering bias and helping to shape a more equal society. But academia also struggles to adequately confront persistent and entrenched gender bias in […]
Catherine Good has experienced stereotype threat herself, although she didn’t know it at the time. She started her academic career in pure math, expecting to get a Ph.D. But somewhere […]
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