In a new book, the authors of Academically Adrift return to report on how the same cohort of "meandering" students are faring after graduation. It's not a pretty picture.
In new book, creator of "Reacting to the Past" details history of the pedagogical technique and advocates its wider adoption.
Princeton faculty panel urges end to limit on A-range grades. Wellesley professors publish journal article on unintended negative consequences of strict rules to combat grade inflation.
Can a group of liberal arts colleges in the South -- institutions that value personal interaction -- win over faculty on blended learning?
Some centers dedicated to teaching and learning have closed as a result of budget cuts. But the field is one of growth over all, experts say.
Research is playing a bigger role in faculty evaluations, while collegiality is declining in importance, study suggests. Student evaluations remain important in assessing faculty, but could be given less weight going forward.
Students in science and math fields learn more and fail courses less when their instructors use methods other than lecturing, a massive study finds.
As students' adherence to the Middlebury honor code wanes, the entire economics department will start proctoring exams to catch cheaters.
The state of academic rigor and student engagement in the classroom isn't in a total state of decay, but there is plenty to be desired, study suggests.
Did the plagiarism detection software Turnitin cut "unoriginal writing" by almost 40 percent? Not so fast, one researcher says.
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