Most Professors Think They're Above-Average Teachers. And That’s a Problem. (EdSurge)

Most Professors Think They're Above-Average Teachers. And That’s a Problem. (EdSurge)

"Summer is traditionally a time for professors to refresh their courses, or take workshops to learn new teaching techniques. But some in higher education worry about a lack of motivation for such efforts, especially when the vast majority of professors think they’re great in the classroom already."—Source: EdSurge

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

If 90% of professors think they’re teaching is better-than-average, it stands to reason that a high percentage of them are not correct. How do these inflated views impact students? How does it influence edtech adoption? —Eduwire Editors