“The experience of reading without reference to word order, once students “get it,” can be exhilarating, like being freed from a kind of gravity.” A great description of a “threshold moment” in learning. I think these always happen in learning … Continue reading
I think it should be “poli sci” (political, not multiple), but this is a good piece in IHE.
“Chinese applicants to the University of San Francisco need not submit a transcript or an SAT score under a newly announced pilot program. Rather, the private Jesuit institution plans to admit students based on their scores on the grueling, multiday … Continue reading
As U.S. campuses have dramatically increased their international student populations in recent years, more and more faculty members are encountering a different demographic of student than they are used to – or at least they’re encountering that demographic more frequently. … Continue reading
“The price of success in college is often their own identities.” NYT
“Gallup says successful students had one or more teachers who were mentors, and they had an internship related to what they were learning in school.” NYT
“Educating Nontraditional Students” Thursday, September 11, 2014 1:00:00 PM EDT – 2:00:00 PM EDT IHE Register here.