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On iterative learning

By Emi Sasagawa posted on January 19, 2016

Doug Bonn believes first-year science labs are good for teaching about how scientists work with data and models.
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On the role of humanities in creating global citizens

By Emi Sasagawa posted on December 17, 2015

Michael Griffin has been researching the impact of humanities education on students’ critical thinking, self-esteem, and capacity to empathize with others.
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On peer feedback and writing better

By Emi Sasagawa posted on December 16, 2015

Christina Hendricks knew about the positive impact of peer feedback, but she was interested if this knowledge transferred between assignments.
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On concepts first, jargon second

By Emi Sasagawa posted on

According to Megan Barker jargon is a problem in science teaching. So she designed an experiment to see if there was a better way to teach technical vocabulary.
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