College classrooms are supposed to be spaces where learning happens. However, far too often, neither college professors nor their students explore fundamental questions about the nature of teaching and learning in college, questions like: What is learning? How do people learn? What models for learning inform the design of my college classes? What types of … Continue reading The no-teacher-training-for-college-professors problem
In many colleges in the United States, almost half of first-year college students do not make it to graduation. Stop and think about this for a minute. Our current US higher education system is designed in such a way that it kills the dreams, hopes, and aspirations of almost 50% of the students who enter … Continue reading To thrive in college, become a scapper
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