Monthly Archives: January 2013

Time Magazine: Differential tuition would probably have measurable impact on STEM major enrollments

From the Time magazine web site: Kevin Stange, a professor of public policy at the University of Michigan, studies the outcomes of differential tuition and has found that higher prices tend to dissuade students. The generally accepted consensus is that … Continue reading

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Nothing to flip: Not much lecturing in SCALE-UP science classes

We have been pretty aggressive in showing off our inquiry-driven SCALE-UP physics teaching program (here at FSU we call it the Studio Physics Program) to people both inside and outside the university who are decision-makers, policy analysts and even media … Continue reading

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