The Black Lives Matter movement and the pandemic reveal a need for more inclusive science education. by Dr. Stephanie Knezz Picture yourself in an introductory college chemistry class. What does.
by Debra Mashek In just a few months, throngs of college graduates are entering the workforce. Many may not be ready. Employers rate “ability to work in teams” as the.
by KC Kulver How hard should it be to earn a college degree? When the book “Academically Adrift” appeared in 2011, it generated widespread concern that college was not effectively educating students.
Using a diary after each lesson helped students consolidate what they had learned in class and reflect on the new language connections they had made. by Argyro Kanaki and Susana.
by Paul Cowell COVID-19 has been extraordinarily challenging for universities and students, and the disruption will likely persist beyond the rollout of a vaccine. The demands on academic staff and.
by Clifton J. Fong and Megan Krou Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic caused many U.S. colleges to shift to remote learning in the spring of 2020, student cheating has been.