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Economic Challenges and the Future of Teaching – A Faculty View of the CFT’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

“[I]t is readily apparent that any enterprise will benefit from young men and women who can think critically, creatively, broadly yet deeply, in a variety of content areas. Vanderbilt will contribute to the future of teaching by fostering these skills and by elucidating their inherent value to all stakeholders.“ This is a guest post by Kimberly…

Posted on September 20, 2011 in News, , ,


The Future of Teaching – A Report from the CFT’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

by Derek Bruff, CFT Acting Director Earlier this week, I blogged about one of the two public events the CFT hosted as part of our 25th anniversary celebration, a keynote on deep learning by CFT founding director Ken Bain.  Our other big anniversary event last week was a symposium on the future of teaching and…

Posted on September 15, 2011 in News, , , ,