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  1. Jul 2017
    1. The Learning Paradigm also opens up the truly inspiring goal that each graduating class learns more thanthe previous graduating class

      This seems to assume that different classes of learners are homogeneous. The ability to take "what works" for the class of 2017 and build upon it for the class of 2018 presupposes that the two classes have roughly the same learning needs and challenges. Not sure if that's safe to assume.

    2. From Teaching to Learning -A New Paradigm for Undergraduate Education

      This document is going to be the focus of a collaborative discussion of a newly formed higher ed teaching and learning group.

    3. (See chart comparing two paradigms)

      Link to chart is dead. Seems to be a copy of the chart on page 198 of the preview of this Google book

  2. Jul 2016
    1. By merely being in the room, the devices will monitor students’ behavior in the same way that the cameras and switches and lab coats did in Milgram’s experiments.

      Hope education scientists are deeply concerned about the consequences of their observing learners.

    1. focus on teaching, not learning

      Heard of SoLT? Or of the “Centre of Learning and Teaching”? Been using that order for a while, but nobody has commented upon that, to this day. There surely are some places where learning precedes learning in name and/or in practice. But the “field” is teaching-focused.

  3. Jun 2016
    1. «Les professeurs qui publient dans une revue disciplinaire n'ont pas toujours le temps, ni la reconnaissance, pour publier dans d'autres publications sur leurs projets ou leurs innovations pédagogiques, explique Anastassis Kozanitis. S'ils le font, ces publications hors discipline ne sont pas reconnues pour leurs demandes de subvention. C'est un frein majeur à la diffusion des recherches dans le domaine au Canada.»