ASHE16: Joined, Maintained and Abandoned

Michael Brown/ October 24, 2016/ Talks/ 0 comments

The Changing Network Classroom learning networks are dynamic. They evolve over time, and reflect the agency of students to choose their partners and their level of engagement in coursework. The network in this study reflects that change. To observe the changing network over time, click here. In each period (between the start of the class and the first exam and between

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The What and the When @ LAK 2016

Michael Brown/ May 14, 2016/ Talks/ 0 comments

I recently presented at LAK 16 in Edinburgh on work from the LED Lab at Michigan. Using data from our early warning system for academic advisors, we identified curricular and disciplinary roadblocks encountered by students in the first year of undergraduate education. You can read the full paper in the conference proceedings through ACM’s digital library. Meghan Oster  and Matt Pistilli

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