Category Archives: general

Another Year of Tweets

If you’re looking for a starting point when researching anything to do with education, check out my 2015 Tweets posts in the Resources section. Here you’ll find a categorized recap of my tweets (@profNancyNelson) for the last year. From active … Continue reading

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“Feature Creep” and “Feature Fatigue”

I’m currently reading Keith Stanovich’s book What Intelligence Tests Miss that discusses how rationality is different from what we commonly measure as intelligence. As a teacher who is looking into why seemingly smart students are not succeeding in higher education, … Continue reading

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