Why Students Won’t Read—and What to Do about It

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One of the most frustrating things that can happen in higher education is that we assign students a reading that is really interesting and important for an upcoming class discussion. We then go on to design the day’s activities around the reading so that students can come prepared to tackle complex issues and have in-depth conversations about a topic that will move their learning forward.

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