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Student studying in the Lane Reading Room (credit Linda A. Cicero/Stanford News Service)
May 7, 2013
The story is a familiar one across college campuses:students stay up late into the night cramming weeks’ worth of material into one study session before the big exam, only to forget the material as soon as the exam is over.
May 2, 2013
Last month, Mike Caulfield and I introduced the term “distributed flip”, in an attempt to call attention to the em
Students sitting outdoors in the Quad
Apr 30, 2013
Wise Interventions with Prof. Greg Walton
Dr. Jean-luc Doumont
Apr 29, 2013
Lecture:  "Creating Effective Slides: Design, Construction, and Use in Science"
Headshot, smiling Caucasian woman, 60's, glasses, short light brown hair
Apr 26, 2013
First in a three-part series:  Mary Huber, Ph.D., introduces us to SoTL, the scholarship of teaching and learning, its motivation and history. 
Two instructors in front of enthusiastic class raising hands
Apr 16, 2013
If you're willing to move outside your familiar and comfortable way of teaching and try team teaching, you'll find many challenges but also many rewards.  This recent post from
Apr 7, 2013
Several of my colleagues in the Graduate School of Education and I have been working on a framework for evaluation and design of MOOCs.
Apr 4, 2013
Not long ago many tools and technologies used in offering online courses were driven by a focus on recreating (to the extent possible) the traditional in-class experience—synchronous, physical presence of multiple students in the same place at the
Apr 3, 2013
Today, Stanford announced a new collaboration between its open-source development efforts, known as Class2Go, and the edX platform.


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