Learning and Peace of Mind

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MindShift’s Big Ideas of 2013: Focus on Learning

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A look through the most popular MindShift posts this year reveals a strong interest in student-directed learning, inquiry-based approaches to teaching and the desire to help students learn how to learn in a changing world.

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The Teaching Profession: Then and Now

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The department chair handed me a textbook to teach from. I took one look at it, and decided I couldn’t inflict such dry, pedantic stuff on my students. I also noticed that my classroom door was closed and no one was watching me.

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A Cure for Cheating: Learning For Learning’s Sake

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Students are more likely to cheat when they are under a lot of pressure to succeed. What can teachers do to change the learning environment and curb cheating?

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