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By Noah Barsky | Published: February 10, 2017
Ed. note – This post is drawn from two articles that originally appeared at SAGE Connection. Textbook examples certify learning. Cases educate. Textbook learning is...
By SAGE | Published: February 9, 2017
Concerned about the proliferation of fake news, CQ Press has created a short checklist aimed at students and teachers that offers some tools for divining...
By Kristina C. Breaux | Published: January 30, 2017
The guest editors of a special issue of the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment explain how its scholarship helps is to understand what students’ errors on standardized...
By Sarah Lewthwaite | Published: December 13, 2016
Reviewer Sarah Lewthwaite finds that in '100 Activities for Teaching Research Methods,' Catherine Dawson offers an important and welcome addition to the emerging literature on...
By Phillip Dawson | Published: July 7, 2015
In an attempt to 'flip the classroom' the University of Adelaide is phasing out lectures. Will this flip be a flop?
By Paul Ralph | Published: June 25, 2015
If universities were interested in measuring learning, argues Paul Ralph, it's likely the bulb in the PowerPoint projector would dim a bit.
By Social Science Space | Published: March 6, 2015
When impacts vary from one subgroup to another, then focusing on average treatment effects may underestimate the impacts, according to a recent article by Bradford...
By SAGE Connection | Published: November 18, 2014
If you could make a movie of sorts as you talked over a presentation being made on your computer screen — not just that drab...