Randy Bass

February 20, 2009

Randy Bass, Georgetown University, Co-Principal Investigator & Project Director


Capturing the Visible Evidence of Invisible Learning
Randy Bass and Bret Eynon

What endures about the work from the Visible Knowledge Project (VKP) are the insights about teaching and learning that bridge from Web 1.0 technologies to Web 2.0. These insights emerged from the work in VKP by looking across practices and beyond specific technologies and sometimes the technology itself. These insights include findings that are conceptual and bear on pedagogical designs. Where any single classroom case study yields a snapshot of practice and insight, collectively these studies present a picture of new learning, building on many dimensions of learning that have previously been invisible or undervalued in higher education.  Go to Full Article

The Scholarship of Teaching: What’s the Problem?Inventio (February 1999), 1.

How might we make the problematization of teaching a matter of regular communal discourse? How might we think of teaching practice, and the evidence of student learning, as problems to be investigated, analyzed, represented, and debated?

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