Friday, July 8, 2016

Teaching and Learning Links of the Week: July 8, 2016

Teaching & Learning Links to See This Week
A roundup of four intriguing or informative posts and articles from the around the internet:

"Discussion Points and Protocols"
In this third installment of posts on classroom discussions, educator Lolita Paff shares some studies and her own thoughts on student motivation, class policies, and assessment techniques in a discussion. Be sure to also check out parts 1 and 2 of the series, linked in the post. 

"Learning More About Active Learning"
'Active learning' is a buzzword thrown around often these days-but what does it mean, beyond the strategies and teaching techniques? One professor argues that in order to truly help students learn, we must understand how they learn.

"Teaching Students to Be Public Intellectuals"
It's becoming easier than ever for students (both graduate and undergraduate) to share their academic thoughts and work with non-academics. How can we ensure that they recognize the relationship between scholarly and public practices and are effectively engaging in public discourse?

"FSU Researchers Assess Florida Developmental Education Reform"
Two years after state-mandated developmental education reform to the Florida College System, a report shows early evidence of the reform’s impact on student success.

Do you know of an interesting article that you would like to share with the ATLE community? Let us know! Email

No comments:

Post a Comment