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The Phone Book Challenge

How can educators make the most of ChatGPT? Use it for helping students talk through concepts and practice reasoning and critique, advises Patrick D. Watson.

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Too Heavy to Go It Alone

William Cunion describes what guidance from his fitness coach has reminded him about the importance of feedback in teaching.

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Tackling the STEM Skills Gap in 3 Weeks

If we stand a chance of catching up to the rapid advancement of technology, it’s time to speed up the skills development of today’s students, write Justin Shaffer, John Spear, Kalen L. Rasmussen and Patrick H. Thieringer.

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Fostering Students’ Intercultural Competence

Shakil Rabbi describes how an innovative class helped diverse students from various countries and backgrounds navigate cultural differences.

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Using Montessori Tactics in College Classes

Jaime Warburton details six key tenets that can provide many educational benefits.

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How Did You Get Here?

Matt Brim and Jessica Murray describe how having students write educational narratives can promote slow active learning.

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Creating Classroom Community Agreements

They provide the best way to cultivate critically compassionate learning communities, writes Jesica Siham Fernández.

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How Much Do Students Pay to Attend Your Class?

Calculating the specific amount might make you—and your students—reconsider how you approach class time, writes Justin Shaffer.