Teaching

Tejendra Pherali on Education and Conflict
Social Science Bites
February 1, 2024

Tejendra Pherali on Education and Conflict

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Gamification as an Effective Instructional Strategy
Business and Management INK
September 19, 2023

Gamification as an Effective Instructional Strategy

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Harnessing the Tide, Not Stemming It: AI, HE and Academic Publishing
Innovation
April 26, 2023

Harnessing the Tide, Not Stemming It: AI, HE and Academic Publishing

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Database Tracks Attempts To Ban Critical Race Theory
Resources
April 12, 2023

Database Tracks Attempts To Ban Critical Race Theory

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John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools

John Hattie on the Factors That Influence Learning In Schools

In 2008, I published my book Visible Learning, which aimed to explain what works best to help student learning. At the time, others claimed it was the world’s largest evidence-based study into the factors that improve learning.

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Some Opportunities for Future Business and Management Research: Employee Health and Well-Being

Some Opportunities for Future Business and Management Research: Employee Health and Well-Being

Research is needed to evaluate systematically how effective the training and recruiting of managers with high levels of social and interpersonal skills are in terms of positively enhancing bottom-line indicators

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Why Don’t Business Schools Publish More Impactful Research?

Why Don’t Business Schools Publish More Impactful Research?

Two experts at Altmetric ask why have business schools not been publishing more impactful research? Are the most prominent, cited, and viral voices that publish in areas of business and economics employed outside of business schools?

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‘Critical Ignoring’ May Be Just as Vital as Critical Thinking

‘Critical Ignoring’ May Be Just as Vital as Critical Thinking

Critical ignoring is the ability to choose what to ignore and where to invest one’s limited attentional capacities.

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American Sociological Association Statement, Guidebook Back Teaching about Race and Racism

American Sociological Association Statement, Guidebook Back Teaching about Race and Racism

The American Sociological Association recently released a statement “urg[ing] public officials, educators, and lawmakers to avoid suppressing knowledge, violating academic and free speech, and prohibiting scholars and teachers from discussing and teaching about the roles of race and racism in society.

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Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences

Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences

In the Ithaka S+R report “Fostering Data Literacy: Teaching with Quantitative Data in the Social Sciences,” authored by Dylan Ruediger and Danielle Miriam Cooper, examined the use and teaching of data analysis in the social sciences. Ithaka S+R is the research arm of the ITHAKA not-for-profit which aims to help “the academic community use digital technologies to preserve the scholarly record and to advance research and teaching in sustainable ways.

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Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 

Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 

SAGE’s 2022 pedagogy survey, building on prior annual surveys launched in 2020 and repeated in 2021, show some exciting developments in faculty […]

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Engineering an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Engineering an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Today we look at how engineering education can guide students to developing an entrepreneurial mindset most effectively, as discussed in “First-Year Engineering […]

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