Jeffrey Ayers argues that the president’s budgetary focus should be on education, not the military.
TBL classes should incorporate more instructor guidance to ensure student groups learn the material effectively on their own.
Isaac Simon discusses Betsy DeVos’ past ties to for-profit education and how that will impact her position as Secretary of Education.
Laura Handly argues that anti-intellectualism has been on the rise in the United States long before Trump.
Jeffrey Ayers encourages readers to explore many different interests and experiences, learning about themselves along the way.
Edridge D’Souza argues Question 5 will harm the local school system and raise the price of local apartment rentals for college students.
Question 3 and 4 receive wide support at UMass.
Why does math get a bad rap? Jeffery Ayers posits that math could be made more fun for students at all levels.
The senior alternative education major hopes to become a teacher that inspires people to ‘think about things in a different way,’ something she has discovered this semester working at the Sunderland-based alternative education center Northstar.
Collegian contributor Alex Pratt discusses the faults with team based learning and the thinking that one type of learning fits all.
Sandra Petersen was one of 14 individuals to receive a mentoring award from the president.
Suzanne Mettler shared her research on higher education funding and socioeconomic inequality Thursday.
In lieu of the ban in Oklahoma, Karen Podorefsky points out there are a wide variety of teaching methods for high school AP courses that can create differences in how much students actually learn.
Columnist Brianna Zimmerman wants to teach because education adds value to our society, and because teachers can make a big difference in the lives of students.
The professor will talk at two upcoming international conferences about a recently submitted proposal for a new master’s program in global heritage at UMass.
Elise Martorano argues why general education courses should not be required.
The educational resource is assisting college students in making better financial decisions for their future
Christine B. McCormick was recently elected as a fellow of the American Psychological Association.