Douglas Belkin wrote a Wall Street Journal article titled More Students Are Turning Away From College and Toward Apprenticeships (March 16, 2023).Continue reading “College enrollment declines as apprenticeships increase”
ChatGPT and the Socratic method
Jeremy Tate wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal titled Socrates Never Wrote a Term Paper (5 February 2023). “In the ChatGPT era, evaluating student performance through traditional term papers no longer makes sense.”Continue reading “ChatGPT and the Socratic method”
Mitch Goldstein on Design Education
Zachary Petit interviewed Mitch Goldstein for a Fast Company titled Design education is ready for a revolution (6 March 2023). Mitch Goldstein is an associate professor at Rochester Institute of Technology. Goldstein is the author of How to Be a Design Student (And How to Teach Them).Continue reading “Mitch Goldstein on Design Education”
What happens when we lose deep reading?
Jasjit Sangha, Dan D’Agostino, and Benjamin Pottruff wrote an article for University Affairs titled What happens when we lose deep reading? (6 February 2023).Continue reading “What happens when we lose deep reading?”
What is publication bias?
from Statistics How To:
« Publication bias is when studies with positive findings are more likely to be published — and they tend to be published faster — than studies with negative findings. This means that any meta analysis or literature reviews based only on published data will be biased, so researchers should make sure to include unpublished reports in their data as well.
Published vs. Unpublished Studies
intellectual humility nurtures genuine curiosity
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America posted an 8-page PDF titled Rooted and Open which addresses intellectual humility and curiosity.Continue reading “intellectual humility nurtures genuine curiosity”
Using critical and creative thinking in art education
Jillian Hogan, Diane Jaquith & Lauren Gould wrote an article for Art Education titled Shifting Perceptions of Quality in Art Education. Continue reading “Using critical and creative thinking in art education”
history education and civics
Stephen Sawchuk wrote an article for Education Week titled How History Class Divides Us (October 23, 2018). Continue reading “history education and civics”
Advice for online teaching
As the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted nearly every college and university to abruptly shift their in-person classes to a distance-learning format, here is some advice for instructors on how to teach classes online from Bruce Clark, Associate Professor of Marketing at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University.
Expertise in the Age of YouTube
Ed Bradon wrote an article for Behavioral Scientist titled Expertise in the Age of YouTube. Continue reading “Expertise in the Age of YouTube”