What Educators Should Know About the Latest in Brain HealthMarch 21, 2022
This podcast is full of surprising advice that has implications for schools and colleges—and anyone interested in learning. It is based on James Goodwin's latest book "Supercharge Your Brain: How to Maintain a Healthy Brain Throughout Your Life."
Why Teaching Still Gets No Respect in Doctoral TrainingMarch 17, 2022
Graduate school has long proved a flashpoint for the resistance to scrutiny of faculty teaching. Is that finally changing?
First-Year Students Struggled With Online Learning Last YearAugust 27, 2021
New report finds most first-year students struggled to learn when the pandemic moved classes online -- in part because of limited access to technology and resources.
Scaling Innovations in Teaching and LearningMay 24, 2021
If universities are to attract more students from ever-shrinking applicant pools, innovations in teaching and learning must be scaled up. We studied a number of large universities across the country that introduced pedagogies and technologies that benefit thousands of students.…
How COVID-19 Created Opportunities for Teachers and StudentsMay 11, 2021
There's no doubt that the pandemic caused incredible upheaval in higher education — but the positive impacts of that disruption are significant. Here's how the shift to online learning will benefit both faculty and students moving forward.