Sep 8th, 2013 by Frank LaBanca, Ed.D. This semester, I am teaching a graduate class in quantitative and qualitative methods. As these topics are often challenging and sometimes bring out the “math phobic” in teacher-practitioner/students, I think it is very important to create learning experiences that allow the student to construct knowledge and be actively engaged (hands-on/minds-on) in the process. To that end, I am attempting to utilize student-centered practices and limit teacher-directed instruction. As part of the process, I am leveraging blended learning strategies. In Search of Scientific Creativity
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