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A guest post by Dr. Matthew Stoltzfus, Chemistry Lecturer at The Ohio State University Instructors are constantly looking for ways to improve student performance—both traditionally and as part of so-called “twenty-first century skills,” such as communication, collaboration, and the ability to problem-solve. In a recent study, National Faculty Perspectives on Flipped Classrooms, 81 percent of faculty surveyed said that improved mastery of information — including these “twenty-first century…
In Flip-Flop, Florida Gov. Rick Scott Backs Bill To Grant In-State Tuition To Immigrants Scott's quid pro quo: in-state- tuition for undocumented students, cap tuition at state universities. Critics say he's pandering to Latinos.
Tina Strobos Dutch physician and child psychiatrist who, while a medical student during World War II living in Amsterdam, helped shelter more than 100 Jewish refugees as part of the Dutch resistance during the Nazi occupation of The Netherlands.