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By: Tim Constant Tim is an Instructional Coach for Secondary Education at Clarenceville School District in Livonia, Michigan and currently a doctoral student at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. He is a former school administrator and… Read More »How Open Education Provides Opportunity to Historically Marginalized Communities
This post is based on Ezra Liu and Sarah Silverman’s research on the adaptive technology ALEKS. We hope it can offer you a glimpse into this technology and perhaps spark some interest in learning more… Read More »Adopting Adaptive Technology? A Case Study on ALEKS
In the era of remote learning, student group chats should be encouraged—not regarded with suspicion and punished. They carry many benefits for both faculty and students, promoting peer learning and providing a source of community… Read More »Humanizing Higher Education Through Group Chats