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 »
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“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.
On September 6, 2017, TIME published an op-ed by Cathy Davidson called “Why Picking a Major Is a Bad Idea for College Kids.” Davidson writes: “It’s an old saw: higher education can never… Read more »
Michael S. Roth writes: “At her best, Davidson writes in the tradition of Du Bois and Dewey, a pragmatist tradition that puts inquiry first and sees learning through the potential of the full,… Read more »
EdSurge spoke with Cathy Davidson about “The New Education” and why she thinks a revision in higher ed is necessary. Read the full story and listen to the podcast here.
Deborah Kalb interviewed Cathy Davidson about “The New Education” in Book Q&As. Read the full interview here.
On August 28, 2017, Inside Higher Ed published “Design Learning Outcomes to Change the World,” an op-ed by Cathy Davidson. Davidson writes: “We in higher education do a poor job helping students translate the… Read more »