A new paper in Conservation Biology (subscription required) from researchers at UC Berkeley and elsewhere provides an important reminder that we often don’t know as much as we think we do about ecological systems and the effects of human actions on those systems. Lead author Benjamin Ramage and colleagues evaluated … More >
We tend to think about education as either distance or face-to-face, but with the increased use of network technology in the classroom the reality of the traditional classroom is often a lot more of a spectrum. Some lectures are recorded so that students who need to miss a class can … More >
but I believe it always shares a few features:
great teachers are concerned with whether students are learning, and less with how well they themselves are teaching.
great teachers understand that it is better to help students master a well-selected set of concepts than to let them flounder in a sea of … More >