- Professor of Education, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
- Education Steering Committee Member
"There's no scientific evidence supporting the idea that people have different learning styles. At least, not in any sense that is actionable for improving education." "Isn't a primary goal of education to train students to improve their weak areas, and not just play to their strengths? So, even if there was evidence to support these theories, I'm not sure how they would be implemented by teachers." -David Kraemer
Associate Professor of Education Michele Tine is the recipient of the Jerome Goldstein Award for Distinguished Teaching. Each spring, the graduating class is asked by Dartmouth to elect the recipient of this award. Congratulations Professor Tine!
Congratulations to Kathleen Mulligan '21, the 2021 recipient of the Cameron-Glickenhaus Family Fund Prize.
Congratulations to Mychaela Anderson '20, the 2020 recipient of the Cameron-Glickenhaus Family Fund Prize.