Eddie talks about studying our teaching and his new book: Playing to Learn with Reacting to the Past: Research on High Impact, Active Learning Practices* on episode 190 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Quotes from the episode
We should take teaching … as seriously as we take researching.
—C. Edward Watson
Are students learning what we are trying to ensure that they learn?
—C. Edward Watson
- Role immersion games in the higher ed classroom on Episode 21 with Mark Carnes in October of 2014
- Minds on Fire, How Role-Immersion Games Transform College* by Mark Carnes
- Playing to Learn with Reacting to the Past: Research on High Impact, Active Learning Practices* by C. Edward Watson and Thomas Chase Hagood
- State of flow
- Scholarship Reconsidered: Priorities of the Professoriate* by Ernest L. Boyer
- Published games: Reacting site at Barnard College
- High-Impact Educational Practices
- Association of American Colleges and Universities Meetings and Events
- Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy at Virginia Tech
- Lilly Conferences
- Journal of Chemical Education
- Journal of Engineering Education
- Teddy Svoronos on Episode 168: Friction
- Frictionless systems
- Get two (or more) of the things you find yourself moving back and forth
- eBags Professional Slim Laptop Backpack*
- The Advancement of Learning: Building the Teaching Commons 1st Edition* by Mary Taylor Huber and Pat Hutchings
- Paying the Price: College Costs, Financial Aid, and the Betrayal of the American Dream* by Sara Goldrick-Rab
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