[Cross-posted from HASTAC] Part One: How Do I Get Started? A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing a Student-Centered Classroom Part I Part Two: It’s… Continue Reading How Do I Get Started? A Step-by-Step Guide to Designing a Student-Centered Classroom Part I
[Cross-posted from HASTAC. This post was corrected after useful tweets from Kevin Carey and others. Special thanks for those. All errors, of… Continue Reading Universities Are No More Illusory Than Journalists: Rsp to Kevin Carey and NYT
[Cross-posted from HASTAC] I’m often asked why I start with pedagogy, given the larger institutional reforms and social ambitions that HASTAC and… Continue Reading Why Start With Pedagogy? 4 Good Reasons, 4 Good Solutions
Subject: Mentoring workshop, upcoming classes, final requirements: A Recap Hi everyone, Thanks, first of all, to Group Four for yet another incredibly… Continue Reading Mentoring workshop, upcoming classes, final requirements: A Recap
Yesterday, Group 4 tackled not just inner space but architecture, turning what has been called the most “vile classroom” at the GC… Continue Reading Designing Higher Ed from the Outside In–and Out Again
Here’s an interesting blog: http://bryanalexander.org/2015/04/20/higher-education-becomes-even-more-unequal-and-a-major-proposal/ What do you think?
Two interesting summaries: American Academy of Arts and Sciences on the Humanities in higher education: http://www.ecampusnews.com/top-news/humanities-higher-education-742/2/ Learning from five unique university innovation… Continue Reading Two Summaries: Innovation and Higher Ed and State of Humanities
Wonderful talk by the President of the University of Washington, Professor Ana Marie Cause: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uWxEJhehjM