Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Teaching Revival

The Chronicle of Higher Education
March 10th, 2015



Big changes in the classroom were on the way, according to an authoritative report by the federal government.
Experts were realizing that disciplinary expertise and research prowess were no guarantee that a professor could teach. Some colleges were devising alternatives to rote learning, helping students integrate knowledge from different subjects, or challenging them with courses on contemporary problems. Teaching was finally going to matter.
That was 75 years ago.


Big changes in the classroom were on the way, according to an authoritative report by the federal government.
Experts were realizing that disciplinary expertise and research prowess were no guarantee that a professor could teach. Some colleges were devising alternatives to rote learning, helping students integrate knowledge from different subjects, or challenging them with courses on contemporary problems. Teaching was finally going to matter.
That was 75 years ago.
- See more at: http://chronicle.com/article/Teaching-revival-Fresh/228203/#sthash.Yy7cTioe.dpuf
Big changes in the classroom were on the way, according to an authoritative report by the federal government.
Experts were realizing that disciplinary expertise and research prowess were no guarantee that a professor could teach. Some colleges were devising alternatives to rote learning, helping students integrate knowledge from different subjects, or challenging them with courses on contemporary problems. Teaching was finally going to matter.
That was 75 years ago.
- See more at: http://chronicle.com/article/Teaching-revival-Fresh/228203/#sthash.Yy7cTioe.dpuf

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