What Educators Can Learn About Effective Teaching from a Harvard Prof
Alan November shares insights about effective teaching practices. One such practice is teaching students how to self-assess their work.
Breakthrough Pathways to Student Success
Towards increasing student participation and graduation from post-secondary institutions with recognized credentials, Steven Mintz discusses the need to expand pathways and modes of assessment for students.
You will be Assessed and Found Mediocre
Check out this critical and humorous commentary about the practice of assessment within higher education. The piece serves as food for thought for those going through assessment at their institutions.
Pathway Programs: The Interest is There, But is the Awareness?
Only 39 percent of college students are aware of pathways programs when they first apply to college. However, once students become aware of pathways programs they perceive various benefits and advantages to being in a pathways program.
Has the Time Come for Personalized Higher Education?
Jacob Murray writes about the growing popularity for more personalized learning pathways within higher education potentially influencing how educators assess student learning.