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Feb. 23, 2023
When Students Help Set Course PoliciesA professor considers co-designing the rules for attendance, participation, and late work.
Feb. 16, 2023
When It Comes to Burnout, Saying ‘No’ MattersIn our latest virtual forum, experts discuss how student-centered teaching doesn’t mean saying “yes” to everything.
Feb. 9, 2023
What Readers Have Noticed About Student EngagementWe share an idea for encouraging participation, and some thoughts on the skills students haven’t had time to hone.
Feb. 2, 2023
Rethinking Research Papers, and Other Responses to ChatGPTI share questions, concerns, and ideas on how faculty members are adapting to AI in the classroom.
Jan. 26, 2023
When the Cat Destroys Your Sweater, Knit Something NewFor more than two years, professors have tried to get back to pre-pandemic teaching. Maybe that’s why students and professors are feeling so frustrated.
Jan. 19, 2023
What Really Helps With Burnout? A New Project Investigates.A group of experts is creating actionable ideas to help campuses better support staff and faculty members.
Jan. 12, 2023
How Can STEM Instructors Show Students They Belong?Pushed by its graduate students to build a more welcoming climate for Black students, a department created a tool kit for inclusive and antiracist instruction.
Jan. 5, 2023
Will ChatGPT Change the Way You Teach?Instructors are already testing out these large language models. Students are, too.
Dec. 15, 2022
Flexibility, Disengagement, and Other Top Topics of 2022We look back on the themes that resonated most with readers this year.
Dec. 8, 2022
The Case for Ending the Term With Nothing New, Just ReviewDon’t introduce any new material, says one professor. Instead, review and reassess.