This online Annotated Bibliography on Literature Pedagogy put together by Laura L. Runge should prove useful for those interested in scouting out readings on teaching and learning beyond the ones on our reading lists. Going […]
Most people would have to agree that what computers can do is pretty impressive. More importantly for those trying to save money, using computers to grade student essays in high-stakes […]
Mike Rose’s recent opinion piece hits the nail on the head, clearly and succinctly: “Time to Help College Professors Be Better Teachers” (The Christian Science Monitor, March 22, 2013). Mike Rose is one of […]
The culture of assessment is in full swing. Its purpose is, in fact, quite wonderful. Namely, we should articulate what we hope to accomplish, we should look into how well […]
It is obvious that knowing does not automatically lead to doing. Case in point, there is a wide gap between knowing about effective teaching practices and implementing them. So why […]
Students are the most important of the constituencies affected by whether or not the scholarship on teaching and learning is read and put into practice in our colleges and universities. So what […]
Brain drawing from Gray’s Anatomy.