A few interesting links to share:
1) Using the Hero’s journey to structure a tertiary education here
2) Spurious correlations. A collection of correlations with no basis. A nice reminder that any kind of statistical test should at some point be given the commonsense test.
3) This is an article about a clever study showing that active learning works. The study compares stand-and-deliver lecturing versus active learning. I look forward to any replication of this.
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A relevant link about changes to US debt: http://www.afr.com/p/world/america_student_debt_blowout_xnrQzT9hN3FdNEO5zSMgBL