Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria and Nicholas Papas describe the powerful synergy that can occur between scholarship-oriented students at universities and community college faculty with practical teaching experience.
Laura Skandera Trombley reflects on the artful stitching together of a first-semester first-year seminar.
David Galef explores the true motives of students asking for extra credit and the results of instructors giving it.
Elizabeth Steere recommends instructors be aware of the messages students are receiving and the types of tools they are using to rephrase AI-generated text.
Johann Neem explores why academe needs discipline-specific responses to ChatGPT.
It can remind students how the process of inquiry can be meaningful and enjoyable for its own sake, writes Andy Tix, and even help them determine their life direction.
Justin Robertson describes an experimental class project that introduced students to a new way of conducting interviews and applying what they learned.
Throwing students into groups without an accountability system rigs such work against them, writes Christina Katopodis, but we can transform it by thoughtfully structuring it in equitable ways.
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