June 17, 2013
Crusader for Better Science Teaching Finds Colleges Slow to Change
Noah Berger for The Chronicle
Studies have piled up in recent years, making clear that newer, hands-on methods of teaching science—emphasizing discussions over lectures, practical applications rather than rubrics—can significantly improve student success.
And if anyone could be expected to make a convincing case for the wider adoption of those methods, it's Carl E. Wieman. Winner of a Nobel Prize in Physics, he has made a second career of studying and promoting such
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