A recent publication cautions against using existing measures around students' personal qualities because they were primarily designed for research. Rather, new measures, including practical measures, must be developed to provide insight into this aspect of learning.
Posts by Jeannie Myung
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Through the initiation and development of several Networked Improvement Communities, Carnegie has gained five key insight into what it takes to spur improvement activity in networks.
January 30, 2014
At a convening of experts in continuous improvement methodology hosted by Carnegie’s Advancing Teaching-Improving Learning identified four essential organizational conditions for continuous improvement to take root and thrive.
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