Chew Article Offers Way Out of Education Buzzword Wasteland

Published on December 5, 2017 by Sean Flynt  
Samford psychology professor Stephen Chew
Samford psychology professor Stephen Chew

Stephen Chew, Samford Psychology Department chair and internationally recognized expert on teaching and learning, co-authored an article for the Dec. 5 Inside Higher Education.

In "Teaching and Learning: Lost in a Buzzword Wasteland," Chew and co-author William Cerbin, Director of the University of Wisconsin Lacrosse's Center for Advancing Teaching & Learning, argue that "teaching and learning are lost in a buzzword wasteland," and offer a way out.

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