Scientific teaching—Using Classroom Data to Improve Learning and Teaching
A presentation by Dr. Eric Mazur, Harvard University
Thursday, February 28, 10-11:30 a.m.
SAC Ballroom South
The School of Undergraduate Studies, with support from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the Center for Teaching and Learning, presents Eric Mazur, Ph.D., of Harvard University. Dr. Mazur will speak about a new interactive website, Making Decisions with Data, developed by a team in Undergraduate Studies in collaboration with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Making Decisions with Data is a resource to help education professionals understand and use data to improve their own teaching and, by extension, the learning of their students. The site will launch Friday, March 1.
Thanks to the Center for Teaching & Learning for recording & producing Dr. Mazur’s talk.
Making Decisions with Data is designed to help educators learn about and implement data-based decision making in their professional environments. The material is useful to a range of educators, including teachers and administrators at the K-12 and post-secondary levels. Please check back for site URL.
Educators explore the data-driven decision-mak