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Monthly Archives: June 2016

Using What is Known About Learning in Your Course

You are probably like almost every college instructor I have ever met. You want your students to succeed. You and your students face difficult barriers, ranging from students of varying degrees of college readiness to financial needs and outside jobs. The blog is dedicated to helping you, an individual college faculty member, deliver the student outcomes you and your students want.

This first post sets forth some general principles that I and others have found extremely useful toward that end. Subsequent posts will describe things my colleagues and I have done, things we have seen others do, and posts from others on their approaches and results.

What is the Goal?

A college education consists of a body of knowledge–information, skills… Continue reading