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Report: Flipped classrooms and other new models being integrated into instruction without much thought
Experiential course explores connections between food and larger environmental and social systems
The practice of proctoring derives from a perceived need to prevent "academic dishonesty," but it is a costly process in which the vast majority of students are made to suffer because of a few supposed bad actors.
The average college student now spends about $1,200 per year on course materials. (Click to enlarge)
Unsustainable costs, a digital landscape and low-cost alternatives force change to the textbook industry

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