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Students use compelling primary documents to assume the role of historian, channel life as a historical figure, then teach history to each other.
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In this professor's course, MBA students get a shocking glimpse into the differences between online and face-to-face negotiations.
By researching key statistics from a range of countries—and sharing their own international experiences—students form a more realistic worldview.
By midterms, it can be too late to course-correct. This professor uses high- and low-stakes grading—and other approaches—to identify problems early.
By diverging from language-teacher stereotypes, this professor has created assessments that empower students to be self-reliant, eager learners.
This former public school teacher shows future educators how to adapt quickly to meet the needs of each student’s unique learning style.
By trading required readings for creative writing, student artists discover how to develop their own stories and, ultimately, market themselves and their work.
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When student performers voiced concerns that this instructor’s musical preferences could unfairly impact their grades, the educator created a new approach to evaluations.
In this molecular genetics course, labs closely mimic the imperfect nature of the real world to make students more flexible, resilient, and valuable.
Moved by stories of students who could not afford to pay for both textbooks and rent, this professor customized her course using materials that are free.
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This professor's LARP videos bring art history into the 21st century—and help students see the relevance of past works to their future careers.
Working together is essential in science labs (and life). This biology professor's guide defines group project roles—and encourages everyone to join in.
This professor sets new GTAs up for success in the classroom by empowering them to follow course requirements—and their own creative instincts.
A communications and journalism professor helps students know how to upgrade their online personas and show their best professional self (not selfie).
This professor is an expert on human-centered design, but her hidden talent lies in teaching her students radical empathy for each other and their end users.
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By promoting imagination (not memorization) to put managerial accounting principles to use, this professor boosts students’ future marketability.
This professor helps English composition students form and support strong opinions by considering how body art reflects the human experience.
This professor puts edtech students in charge of decision making and revisions as they create digital breakout games fueled by their ideas and passions.
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A history professor helps students grapple with the complexities of slavery with a controversial approach: She asks them to look at all sides of the issue.
How one professor uses historic milestones to help students understand the complex U.S. healthcare delivery system—and maybe drive future improvements.
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First-year theatre students learn what it means to be stronger than your struggle—by connecting with an icon who was (and is) a rainbow for others.
How a semester of civic engagement helps passive students discover social justice and their power to effect positive change in our world.
How one professor uses a poetic approach to help students in her Human Anatomy course memorize and retain the names and functions of numerous body parts.
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By having her students track their own consumer behaviors, this professor drives home the global message of sustainability in a very personal way.
This U of Michigan professor helps students of international marketing learn the nuances of culture by first helping them see how little they really know.
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How one professor helps students of modern dance make the leap from basic technique to true artistry.
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Facing an audience of nearly 300 freshmen, this Penn State professor offers microeconomics students a look at complex theory by using popular TV shows.
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