Three investments in teaching and learning your school cannot do without: IHE blogger

August 12, 2016

Writing for Inside Higher Ed, Joshua Kim argues in favour of three investments in teaching and learning that he believes will allow institutions “to have the resources to compensate all faculty fairly and equitably.” The first is redesigning foundational and other large enrolment courses, the second is developing capabilities and experience in blended and online learning, and the third is instituting a data-driven approach to continuous improvement. “The good news is that we have the platforms, tools, and expertise to tackle this goal,” says Kim. “What is too often missing is the will (and the leadership) to do things differently.” Inside Higher Ed