Science cannot live by and unto itself alone.
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Forward-thinking science and technology policy depends on better integrating the humanities, arts, and social sciences. Georgia Tech's Kaye Husbands Fealing and Richard Utz, along with Tech graduate Aubrey Deveney Incorvaia, explain why.
New research suggests the “growth mindset” strategy favored by some educators to improve student performance hasn’t lived up to its promise — resulting in time and effort in the classroom without meaningful gains in grades or test scores.
Six postdoctoral fellows left as winners from the event in late October.
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