Monthly Archives: December 2015

CBCL – The Alphabet Soup Of Active-Learning Methodologies Continues To Expand

Active Learning: Joining PBL (problem-based learning), CBL (case-based learning), and TBL (team-based learning), is CBCL (case-based collaborative learning).  The method seems to be a variant of TBL, with the major changes being individual readiness assurance testing with challenging (rather than … Continue reading

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Students Requiring Extra Time On The MCAT Are At Greater Academic Risk

MCAT:  In this large study by the Association of American Medical Colleges, students who took extra time on the medical school admissions test due to “documented mental disabilities” were accepted to medical school at similar rates as their peers.  However, they … Continue reading

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