When students prepare for a test, they commonly study the problems and the answers.  What if students were to study only the problems in order to determine the answers, even if they made mistakes?  Which method provides opportunities for reflection, metacognition, and deep learning?

Join Dr. Keith Starcher, Professor for  the DeVoe School of Business, in his "Quick Quotes" series as he narrates summations of his ongoing research.  Keith is interested in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning; in particular, he is intrigued about how SoTL applies to adjunct online faculty.

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Question: What do you think about students making mistakes in order to learn?  Please leave a comment below.

Narration: Dr. Keith Starcher / Professor, DeVoe School of Business

Recorded: March 24, 2016

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