The Post Course Era

I just read an excellent and challenging article by Randy Bass in the Educause Review. “Disrupting Ourselves: The Problem of Learning in Higher Education” was first published in the March/April 2012 issue. Bass’ central claim is that we’ve entered “the post-course era.” This era has the potential to be extraordinarily disruptive because it says the […]

Creativity Should Be Taught?

A report from Adobe came across my twitter feed today arguing that creativity should be taught just like “normal” academic subjects.  I haven’t had time to read the full report yet, but the idea that creativity needs to be an explicit classroom focus is an interesting one, especially given Wesleyan’s move toward a curriculum grounded in critical […]

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