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A new college program will the art of being an entrepreneur to students aiming to manage a start-up-a trend that's taking colleges across the U.S. by storm. …

4 reasons why online assessments aren’t there yet

As skills like problem-solving, communication, collaboration, and technological proficiency become more valued in today’s economy and with employers, more students are being asked to create “maker” homework and projects, highlighting…

Harvard grad develops new kind of course

According to a new press release, a Harvard Business School student has created a new corporation that offers targeted courses for students eager to get hired. …

20 NEW facts about Flipped Learning in higher ed

As with all types of popular learning models that have the potential to be nothing more than a flash in the pan, it’s important to conduct thorough research on the…

Common Core for higher education?

Common Core for higher education?

If you're not familiar, Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is "a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics and English Language Arts/literacy (ELA)," says the CCSS Initiative, with assessments that…

Should every educator also be a gamer?

Today’s course design is under incredible pressure from popular practices favored by students—practices like the inclusion of interactive mobile technology, blended learning, Flipped Learning, and the integration of peer community…

The best videos for faculty professional development

Professional development, typically referred to as continued training for teachers and educators, seeks to improve learning and teaching. But just how exactly does it accomplish that? What types of tips and strategies…

How to coach a ‘digital educator’ (Part 1)

Got Technology? Ah, yes, we’re inundated with it. Technology lingers at the hub of almost every sector of our lives, work, and now, education. Its influx into the education arena has…

Op-ed: Does this new curriculum cross the line?

Unfortunately, it seems that school violence has reached an all-time high, as ‘kids will be kids’ bullying has escalated from hurt feelings to suicide, and banned items from campus have…

Universities to take back control of digital resources

Four large research universities have formed a new consortium in an attempt to wrestle control over the digital learning landscape from educational technology companies, the founders announced Wednesday.


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