Teaching Clearly Can Be a Deceptively Simple Way to Improve Learning

U. of Iowa College of Education

Ernest T. Pascarella, a professor of higher education at the U. of Iowa, helped produce the studies of teaching and learning. "It took me a while to become a decent teacher," he says. "I just hate to think of the number of students I've screwed up."
November 22, 2013

Want to improve student learning? Start by teaching in a clearer and more organized way.

That is the deceptively simple implication of three studies presented last week at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education.


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