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Is grade inflation a real problem?

Mar 4 JDN 2458182

You can’t spend much time teaching at the university level and not hear someone complain about “grade inflation”. Almost every professor seems to believe in it, and yet they must all be participating in it, if it’s really such a widespread problem. 1,230 more words

Public Policy

Pedagogy Reforms - Time to put the cart behind the bullock

I am using Duolingo (an app and an e-learning platform) to learn French. I noticed something that reinforced my thoughts about pedagogy (the art and practice of teaching). 410 more words

Statistics you should have been taught in high school, but probably weren't

Oct 15, JDN 2458042

Today I’m trying something a little different. This post will assume a lot less background knowledge than most of the others. For some of my readers, this post will probably seem too basic, obvious, even boring. 2,157 more words

Core Principles

Three Tips You Can Use Today to Break the "Curse of Knowledge"

Have you been the new kid on the block, so to speak?

If so, you can probably relate to the dilemma we faced when we moved from Kansas to Central New Jersey four years ago. 1,395 more words

Content Marketing

The Curse of Knowledge

The curse of knowledge is a common cognitive bias that leads us to believe that the people we typically interact with know just as much as we do.  814 more words