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  • in some cases as many as 39 percent of our learners are teachers
  • “The real potential is in the fostering of feedback loops between the two realms,”

  • called many longstanding features of residential courses into question: the rigidity of the semester schedule, the lengthy periods between assignment submission and feedback, and the rarity of sharing syllabi, lecture notes, lesson plans, assessments, and rubrics across faculty teaching common courses, to name only a few examples
  • The opportunity we face is one of prioritization, not in terms of choosing some audiences and stakeholders over others, but in terms of choosing strategies that capitalize on synergies among these audiences and stakeholders.

  • Lue replaced both exams with six 20-minute “In-Class Evaluations,”

  • Lue envisions a school that employs the rigor of academic research to understand how ideas are exchanged
  • deliberately giving up academic research and the tenure track in favor of teaching
  • I realized, what I’d really like to do is to focus on teaching and learning and bring that same sensibility [of academic research] to the process of teaching and learning
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