A guest post by Carnegie Mellon researchers gives us more perspective and follow-up information on a study about faculty reluctance to adopt “innovative” teaching practices.
The "Pedagogy" category covers the craft and science of teaching, particularly with technology.
Want to understand “brain science” and “machine learning” better? Maybe? Give it a try with this post and see how you like it. You may be surprised at how accessible and relevant it can be.
A think piece on thinking from Mike Caulfield. You read him regularly like we do, right?
We interviewed real, live learning scientists from Carnegie Mellon University to get a better sense of what’s real and how the research can impact classroom teaching. And you know what? They weren’t scary at all!
Northern Arizona University appears to be getting good results with their math emporium model, based on their internal analysis. The study isn’t water-tight, but it is fairly compelling.