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Month: August 2012

Studying the Impact of Course Design on Student Learning

Note: This post originally¬†appeared on my (discontinued) Gray Box blog on Aug 30, 2012. Wherein I report preliminary results of my inquiry into student learning in my argument-based introductory history course. (Updated at bottom with some statistical details.) It just makes sense that my inaugural post here addresses my own work in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in history. I’ve carried out several SoTL projects over the years — collecting and analyzing evidence of my own students’ learning — but I have for the first time collected data from a comparison group of students, and it is…

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