Creative ways to help students recover from failure
Deeply embedded in the culture of liberal-arts colleges is the notion that students, and to some extent faculty members and even institutions, should push themselves intellectually into unfamiliar areas of knowledge. We encourage students to enroll in courses across the curriculum and even provide incentives by allowing a limited number of courses to be taken pass-fail.
Originally published: April 23, 2017
Author: Raynard S. Kington
Institution: Grinnell College
Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Ed