Reflection is key to experiential learning and this module covers the many pedagogical theories and practices related to facilitating that relationship.
This module covers the expectations and practices that foster sustainable and positive relationships between researchers and community partners around the country and around the world.
Focus groups can provide much-needed context and explanation for results, even with quantitative research. This module explains how focus groups can help your research and how to prepare for and conduct them.
This module uses regression discontinuity to analyze how a school's quality affects the price of houses in its assignment area.
This module walks you through the basic concepts of panel data, referencing a few examples and discussing the benefits and potential trouble spots.
The deadly London Cholera Outbreak of 1886 is a fascinating and pivotal moment in the history of public policy, epidemiology, and social science. Learn about what happened, and how one early scientific trailblazer turned it into a critical teaching moment.