News of the Week – December 2, 2022

Do you find traditional assignments and grading structures in conflict with your learning goals? Concerned about your current feedback model? Want to learn more about alternative assessment models? Please join us for a virtual GLCA-CTL Conversation on “Ungrading” on...

News of the Week – November 18, 2022

Teaching and Learning How Students Can Help Create More Accessible Courses (Beth McMurtrie, Chronicle of Higher Education, November 17, 2022): A report by a group of students and professors at the University of Texas at Austin, “Transforming Higher Education from the...

News of the Week – November 11, 2022

Teaching and Learning For Frictionless Syllabus Access, Some Professors Bypass the College (Susan D’Agostino, Inside Higher Ed, November 11, 2022): Some professors provide students with barrier-free access to course information and materials, even when doing so...

News of the Week – November 4, 2022

Teaching and Learning Self-Regulated Learning and Personality (Althea Need Kaminske, The Learning Scientists, November 3, 2022): When students are tasked with making choices about their learning a number of cognitive, motivational, behavioral, and contextual factors...

News of the Week – October 28, 2022

Teaching and Learning How to Make Teaching More Inclusive, Interactive, Equitable and Participatory (Steven Mintz, Inside Higher Ed, October 27, 2022): A review of Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis, The New College Classroom (Harvard, 2022). The authors note...

News of the Week – October 21, 2022

Please join us on Thursday, October 27 at Noon (Eastern) for a conversation between Richard Detweiler, GLCA’s president emeritus, and Steve Volk, the CTL’s Co-Director on the transformative power of residential liberal arts colleges and some of their unique...
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