Audio recording of the 1998 American Association for Higher Education National Conference on Higher Education speech by K. Patrcia Cross. The audio consists of an introduction speech given by Russ Edgerton in which he discusses new issues in higher education such as the "new student" with previously unsuccessful experiences in traditional education as well as learning techniques. Edgerton also introduces educator K. Patricia Cross, discussing her influential career and her concerns within education. Cross' speech addresses student learning, what is known about it, and why/how it needs to be improved. She discusses literature, theories of learning, the evolution of the "traditional" student and how it influences educational styles, and more. Approximate running time of one hour and three minutres.
Video detailing the "Classroom Research" model developed by K. Patricia Cross and Dr. Thomas Angelo. Classroom Research is essentially employed in order to analyze teaching and its impact or effectiveness in classrooms. The video explains the development of the research model as part of the University of California, Berkeley effort to create and implement discipline-specific classroom research techniques. It contains explanations by Cross and Angelo as well as examples of techniques, testimonials, and outcomes. Approximate running time of 14 minutes.