June 1, 2019 | WFU News and Communications
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The Wake Forest News Media Report for June 1-14, 2019 is now available online.
June 4, 2019 | Inside Higher Ed
Research on student learning and success in college has produced compelling evidence that high-impact teaching practices benefit students greatly. Investment in faculty development and support is essential. Rethinking the teaching strategy for some or all of a course requires time, effort and a little courage. Institutional support helps. For example, the Teaching and Learning Collaborative at Wake Forest University regularly offers faculty development programming to promote high-impact practices, and the university makes course redevelopment grants available to interested faculty.
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