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Wiley Online Library
Flipping the Flipped Classroom... helping the students make the best of their shared physical presence in the classroom, emphasis on live interaction...
UT Canvas Team
If you are new to these updates, our plan is to time them with Canvas’ three week cycle of release “sprints.” In each newsletter, we’ll try to...
Provost's Teaching Fellows
You’ll have to excuse me for talking about the PTF “brand,” but I come from the Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations....
Provost's Teaching Fellow
The easiest “habit” to focus on with our faculty was metacognition, often referred to as “thinking about your thinking.” But more deeply: “What do I...
Provost's Teaching Fellow
... the PTF showcase event planned will be an exciting "coming out party" for the PTFs on campus.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Many important learning tasks feel uninteresting and tedious to learners. To achieve longer-term aims, learners must sometimes regulate attention,...
New York Times
... "a growing body of evidence suggests that the lecture is not generic or neutral, but a specific cultural form that favors some people while...
Inside Higher Ed
Plagiarism detection software... is often criticized for labeling clumsy student writing as plagiarism. Now a set of new tests suggests the software...
The New Yorker
The article highlights Gawande’s willingness to engage in self-assessment and reflection. In the opening paragraph, he talks about hitting a plateau...
Rice University - Center for Teaching Excellence
What I am most interested in writing about today: the troubling and severe disconnect between what I have been reading in the research literature and...

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