Monthly Archives: January 2016

Facts and Stories

Facts and Stories This week, I read a marvelous column, again in the Chronicle of Education, about the difficulties instructors face in terms of teaching “facts”. Here is the link: https://chroniclevitae.com/news/1269-the-limits-of-facts-in-teaching He observed that when students brought in pre-existing “lenses” or points of view, namely their own stories that are vital to them, they tended […]