Greetings from warm and sunny Belize! First a huge thanks to Amanda Macchi for her help posting this. This week there is a little something for everyone. Please enjoy.
“Study: Disabilities Underrepresented in College Psychology Classes” (Inside Higher Ed)
Teaching of Psychology published a study that analyzes the type of courses offered in undergraduate psychology programs.
“A PowerPoint Slide Advises Professors to Alter Teaching to Pacify Armed Students” (The Chronicle)
A look at a faculty senate’s reaction to Texas’ campus-carry law.
“As Big-Data Companies Come to Teaching, a Pioneer Issues a Warning” (The Chronicle)
A major proponent of adaptive learning calls upon colleges to become more involved in the development and adoption of learning analytics.
“’Completion Grants’ Are Just One Part of the Student-Success Puzzle” (The Chronicle)
The Coalition of Urban Serving Universities and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities released a report examining the effect of completion grants on retention and graduation rates.