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Let’s teach for mastery–not test scores

Sal Khan discusses how to re-engage the education model to change the former method of teaching to some type of test versus assessing a mastery of a concept. He uses an interesting example of building a house to testing versus mastery.

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A Perspective: MOOCs

Dr. Bernard Luskin shares his observations of how MOOCs have and are evolving and how students, faculty, and insitutions may find opportunity in the global reach of MOOCs. As Dr. Luskin comments in his article for Psychology Today, “Casting the NET Over … Continue reading

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