• The National Teaching & Learning Forum

The National Teaching and Learning Forum has managed to create a sustained and sustaining conversation about teaching and learning.

The Forum's pages cover the latest findings of cognitive psychology on attention span and their practical implications for teaching. They talk about seeing the relevance of Dante, Shakespeare and Milton to the lives of today's more gender-aware and ethnically diverse students. They are open to a variety of faculty viewpoints, each of which offers the gift of insight to colleagues both in this country and abroad.

The National Teaching and Learning Forum has quite a number of foreign subscribers. Perhaps that is because the publication has taken an increasingly international perspective. Much valuable research into what actually works well in teaching and learning has been done outside the United States, and the Forum has introduced this important work to many of its American readers.

Hard copies can be found at the CTE, 73 Tremont St., 12th Floor.



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