Higher education issues have been one of the hot topics of the current presidential race, with candidates touching on reducing student loan debt and improving college access. However, what has rarely come up is whether or not college is even
Excerpted from Emotions, Learning, and the Brain, (c) 2016 by Mary Helen Immordino-Yang. Used with the permission of the publisher, W. W. Norton & Co. By Mary Helen Immordino-Yang Teachers intuitively know that neither their nor their students’ learning is steady and constant, the
The University of Mississippi announced on Friday that it had self-imposed several penalties for 28 violations of National Collegiate Athletic Association rules, including committing academic fraud. The university received the NCAA’s notice of allegations in January, and released the notice
Faculty members tend to be skeptical about attempts to go beyond grading with standardized definitions and measures of what students should learn — the so-called student learning outcomes accreditors require colleges to collect. The wariness of professors is often well
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