TeachingandLearning

Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 
Higher Education Reform
October 31, 2022

Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 

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What You See is Not What You Get: Photo-Elicitation’s Missing Arts-based Elements
Insights
April 13, 2022

What You See is Not What You Get: Photo-Elicitation’s Missing Arts-based Elements

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Gearing Up or Burning Out? Survey Findings Show Wellbeing is Top Concern for Higher Ed Faculty
Insights
September 16, 2021

Gearing Up or Burning Out? Survey Findings Show Wellbeing is Top Concern for Higher Ed Faculty

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Decolonizing Your Subject Discipline: Where to Begin
Higher Education Reform
September 14, 2021

Decolonizing Your Subject Discipline: Where to Begin

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Teaching & Learning: Free Resources Page

Teaching & Learning: Free Resources Page

SAGE Publishing (the parent of Social Science Space) has launched a new Teaching & Learning hub with a range of free resources […]

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A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

Un-modeling the ‘model minority’ — a term often used to describe Asian American populations in the United States — is a crucial […]

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Watch the Webinar: Decolonizing and Decisnormatizing Curricula

Watch the Webinar: Decolonizing and Decisnormatizing Curricula

Sage 4343 Webinar

Join Dr. Marni A. Brown, Associate Professor of Sociology at Georgia Gwinnett College, Stephanie A. Jirard, Professor of Criminal Justice at Shippensburg […]

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Can Civics Education Boost Youth Voting? Research Suggests No

Can Civics Education Boost Youth Voting? Research Suggests No

New research shows that states that require civics courses do not necessarily have better test scores, more youth voting or young people volunteering at higher rates than other states

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Study: Black Students’ Trust in Their Colleges is Lower

Study: Black Students’ Trust in Their Colleges is Lower

Black undergraduates consistently said they trusted the people who run the colleges they attend – and society overall – substantially less than their white peers did. We have termed this difference the racial trust gap, and it was not a trivial difference.

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Watch Video: Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity When Teaching Online

Watch Video: Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity When Teaching Online

In this video Sarah Newman guides you through the process of setting up a workshop to get students interacting through art to help spark creativity.

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Watch the Webinar: White Supremacy, “Post-Truth,” and the Failure of Imagination

Watch the Webinar: White Supremacy, “Post-Truth,” and the Failure of Imagination

The webinar, “White supremacy, ‘post-truth,’ and the failure of imagination: An intercultural praxis approach,” occurs on Wednesday, March 10 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.

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Graduate Students Need  PhDs that Resonate Outside of Academia

Graduate Students Need PhDs that Resonate Outside of Academia

In ‘The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education,’ Loenard Cassuto and Robert Weisbuch argue that graduate programs aren’t preparing doctoral students for the jobs they’ll likely have outside college classrooms or laboratories.

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