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Ungrading for Hope

Tony Perman shares four key benefits and how, at best, ungrading helps create a classroom community that can take a semester’s journey in tandem.

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Anatomy of an AI Essay

How might you distinguish one from a human-composed counterpart? After analyzing dozens, Elizabeth Steere lists some key predictable features.

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Our students have been drifting away, Helen Kapstein writes, but we want them to drift back to the mindset of being challenged and challenging.

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We See You, Student Parents

Alex Rockey recommends eight principles for transforming academic access for them through mobile-friendly courses.

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Beyond the Research

Michel Estefan offers a roadmap for helping graduate student instructors cultivate their distinct teaching style.

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Using AI to Help Students Teach in Order to Learn

By changing ChatGPT’s system prompt, we can create content misunderstandings that students can correct, write Joel Nishimura and Anna Cunningham.

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Staged Assignments & Long-Ass Prompts

After years of trying to convince students it was in their best interest to start their research papers early, Zachary Nowak simply required them to.

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Put Your Teaching Evaluations in a Jar

You can just ignore them, or you can take some positive steps to ensure that they will push you forward in your teaching, writes Constanza Bartholomae.