The Britt Files - Are Your Slides a MESS?

Today's topic in The Britt Files offers ways to avoid cognitive overload when giving a slide presentation through the acronym MESS. Using these strategies, you can create slide presentations that are dynamic without being too busy, mixing together visuals and text so students are able to absorb all the information on a single slide rather than be distracted by any single element.    Read More »

Defining G-R-I-T

As GRIT becomes white-hot in the milieu of ideas, our efforts to grasp it, gauge it, and grow it are evolving, dramatically. All together, this upgrade defines the difference between grit and GRITâ„¢. The seismic shift in our understanding of GRIT has two parts.     Read More »
Repeated practice is the key to course success states Assistant Professor Robin McCutcheon, who assigns more than 30 required MyEconLab problems a week along with 40 optional ones.    Read More »
The ability to practice problem solving until a student has mastered the material is a key ingredient to success in a course. Lecturer Jackie Lindo at the University of Hawaii in Manoa took this into consideration when implementing MyEconLab into her Principles of Microeconomics course.    Read More »


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