HILT grant recipient Beth Altringer (SEAS) discusses her team-driven course “The Innovator’s Practice” which involves students in a continuous creation and feedback cycle as they pursue the development of entrepreneurial ideas.
The C.R.E.A.T.E. (Consider, Read, Elucidate the hypothesis, Analyze and interpret the data, and Think of the next Experiment) approach to scientific literature and experiment helps demystify and humanize the process of scientific experimentation.
This article analyzes the benefits of using the C.R.E.A.T.E. strategy, including to engage students in the research process, to enable faculty to focus on scientific thinking in class, and to prepare students for 21st-century science.
This study presents a systematic review of the service-learning literature, from service-learning in different academic disciplines to the emerging issues in service-learning, to a comparative analysis of service-learning frameworks, to the potential benefits of service-learning for all...
Research by Mills, Courtney, Dede, Dressen & Gant (2020) suggests that this deep immersion allows students to envision and experience diverse facets of culture, and more vividly imagine their future role as participants in those communities, in ways that more traditional forms of learning... Read more about Culture and vision in virtual reality narratives