There's a three-headed monster at the heart of higher education that is eating away at the purpose of the university.
Mathematics professor who writes and speaks about math, research and practice on teaching and learning, technology, productivity, and higher education.
Innovation in higher education has a bad reputation, but it is a noble idea. In fact if we look at it right, it could be a north star.
Originally posted at Grading For Growth, it's part 1 of a two-part postmortem on my most recent use of specifications grading.
This article is a “read this first” guide for journalists and anybody else wanting to learn about ungrading, and all forms of alternative grading, and tell its story.
Hybrid meetings can and should be the norm. Here are four rules for making them work.