Cathy N. Davidson recently visited Duke University to have a conversation about education reform and the effects of new technologies with Vice Provost of Interdisciplinary Studies, Ed Balleisen. Read Geoffrey Mock’s recap of… Read more »
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Watch a video of Cathy N. Davidson’s recent talk at Duke University about “The New Education” in conversation with Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies Ed Balleisen.
In this post for Choice360, Cathy N. Davidson writes about how the research process prepares students for the post-education experience. Read the full post here.
Cathy Davidson writes: “We need to redesign higher education systemically and systematically, from the classroom to the board of trustees, from the fundamentals of how we teach and learn to how we measure… Read more »
Cathy Davidson writes: “Is there any topic more deadly-dull than educational technology? Or any topic that universities are more apt to get wrong? Fueling the $250 billion annual global spending in educational technology… Read more »
Joshua Kim writes: “Cathy Davidson’s The New Education manages to pull of the neat trick of being relevant and fascinating for both the consumers and the producers of higher education. This is a book that… Read more »
“For too many students, algebra is not the gateway to mathematical literacy. It is the gatekeeper.” Read the full article here.
“Why One Educator Says It’s Time to Rethink Higher Education.” Cathy Davidson met with NPR’s Anya Kamenetz for an interview.
On today’s @tihighered, @CathyNDavidson challenges us to help our students embrace complexity and prepare for tomorrow. Listen to the podcast here. The podcast is also available on iTunes and Stitcher.
“Neither technophobia or technophilia is the right solution for our students. The real issue is the process of learning.” Read the full article here.