New paper published in “Science”: Lecture still dominates in STEM classes
30 March 2018 | 9:26 pm

I am pleased as punch to announce that I’m a co-author on a new paper just published (today!) in the journal Science:  Anatomy of STEM teaching in North American universities.  This was a large multi-author paper; the big kudos to go Marilyne Stains of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who led the effort.  I contributed data and […]

Look around you!
18 December 2017 | 2:51 pm

  Just a little something light…  This always gives me a chuckle. And here is a fun little interview with the creators.

What gets in the way of useful evaluation?
29 November 2017 | 9:57 pm

I have been thinking a lot lately about how to make my work as an evaluator more *useful*.  For those of you unfamiliar, external evaluation is a broadly defined role, intended to give some sort of independent review of a project’s progress and merit.  Evaluation can be a super important part of a project, helping it […]

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