institutional change

Changing how universities teach science: The SEI Model

June 21, 2017

We know a lot about how to improve STEM teaching and learning at the college level, and yet these improvements have yet to take hold in a widespread manner. ┬áThis is the perennial problem which many of us in STEM education are wrestling with. ┬áThe study of institutional change is expanding ever more, including lessons […]

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Spreading great ideas in teaching: How does change happen?

March 17, 2009

In my previous post on The Burden of Proof (what does educational research tell us?), many of us started to discuss why do faculty choose to change their teaching, if they decide that they should? (The question of whether or not they should is left for another discussion, another day). So, I’m sitting now in […]

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