Research about intellectual humility has exploded in the past decade. Psychologist Elizabeth Krumrei-Mancuso offers an annotated bibliography of key texts.
What happens when doctors admit they don't know everything?
Helping students to summarize scholarly works starts with getting them to ask the right questions about the material and the purpose of the exercise.
Using JSTOR’s Constellate lab to teach students how to do digital text analysis and data visualization for historical subjects.
The National Defense Education Act of 1958 meshed with white anxiety about the desegregation of schools.
Leaders of the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences voyaged down the Ohio River in 1825–1826, taking academic education on a journey in search of utopia.
A bibliography to help educators prepare students and themselves for a future shaped by AI—with all its opportunities and drawbacks.
The 2010 Turner v. Clayton judgment was a milestone on the path toward reimagining education as a community’s responsibility.
The images that stick with us the most tend to be those we find by chance. That’s where search filters come in.
Pursuing an education at the intersection of ableism and racism, Black male students with disabilities develop strategies to silence negative cultural narratives.