Friday, October 21, 2016

Teaching and Learning Links of the Week: October 21, 2016

A roundup of four intriguing or informative posts and articles from around the internet:

“Getting More out of Exam Debriefs”
Using exam debriefs as an opportunity for students to encounter content they haven’t yet learned and to confront the efficacy of their study habits.

 “Small Groups, Significant Impact: A Review of Peer-Led Team Learning Research with Implications for STEM Education Researchers and Faculty”
A review of sixty-seven peer-reviewed studies on Peer-Led Team Learning, spanning a variety of STEM disciplines and institution types.  

“The Biggest Crisis in Higher Ed Isn't Student Debt, It's Students Who Don't Graduate”
The president of Arizona State University addresses the fact that more than half of those who start college fail to finish.

“Open Doors: A New Take on Teaching Observations”
A two-day event sponsored by Vanderbilt University’s Center for Teaching that allows interested faculty and graduate students to visit some of the most well-respected and awarded teachers across campus. 

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