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.
When a professor is a licensed therapist, students sometimes seek help in more than academics. Here, a tool to preserve boundaries and help students adapt.
A tech-savvy professor shares how to use this digital tool to increase student engagement, collaboration, and communication—and save a few trees, too.
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.
How one education professor encourages edtech experimentation and creativity in a professional development program for other educators.
To help would-be therapists understand the diverse backgrounds and needs of their future clients, this professor has students take a closer look inward.
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.
How one lecturer's own career epiphany inspired his innovative marketing lesson: dissecting brand messaging to see what (and if) it delivers.
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.
When one web engineering professor saw that students lacked business savvy, he structured his class around teamwork and deliverables.
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.
Her students can write code—but can they express themselves clearly and confidently? How one IT professor's assignment turns programmers into communicators.
How one professor helps students of modern dance make the leap from basic technique to true artistry.
Inspired by Jeopardy!, a Georgetown University professor uses a game to inspire grad students to ask (and answer) some compelling global questions.
Facing an audience of nearly 300 freshmen, this Penn State professor offers microeconomics students a look at complex theory by using popular TV shows.
How one economics professor bridges geographical distance and generates real enthusiasm by designing materials especially for online students.
At the semester’s start, a business professor models his lesson after a movie trailer, building excitement for an often dry subject: tax accounting.
A Virginia Tech professor’s photo treasure hunt takes geography students outside to learn about their university, each other, and the outside world.
This UCLA professor breaks down barriers of competitiveness in his 350-seat organic chemistry class, using a musical extra-credit project.
Find out how this University of Virginia lecturer helps beginning Spanish students build vocabulary and confidence—even if they're not majors.
When her History of Hip-Hop students struggled with pre-writing, Cain created a guided ideation lesson to help them craft an album review in record time.
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