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After the Election: A To-Do List
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Relearn Faster and Retain Longer: Along With Practice, Sleep Makes Perfect
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What Happens When Students Study Together?
Increasing Reading Compliance of Undergraduates
Student Motivation and Learning
Can a Failing Grade Motivate a Student?
How Should I Study for the Exam?
What Will College Be Like for a Transgender Student in North Carolina?
What ‘Safe Spaces’ Really Look Like on College Campuses
First-Year Students Express Attitudes On Religious Diversity
When Racism Reappears, How Can a Campus Show It Has Made Any Gains?
The Student Body, for Sale
How to Help First-Generation Students Succeed
The Tricky Task of Teaching About Trump
Are We Teaching Composition All Wrong?
Teaching Students to Avoid Plagiarism
Note-Taking Strategies to Improve Learning
The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard: Advantages of Longhand Over Laptop Note Taking
Peer Review as a Strategy for Improving Students’ Writing Process
What Students Can Learn By Writing For Wikipedia
Good Fonts for Dyslexia
Why Good Teaching Evaluations May Reward Bad Teaching
You’re Never Too Old to Observe or Be Observed
Why We Should Stop Grading Students on a Curve
Teaching Students How to Manage Feedback
Study Strategies for Before, During, and After Class
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Relations Between College Students’ Cell Phone Use During Class and Grades
How to Use YouTube Live Streaming for Free Lecture Capture
Student Use of Laptops in the Classroom
Expanding Learning Experiences with Virtual Guest Experts
Lateral Reading: Reading Less and Learning More When Evaluating Digital Information
The Fine Art of Sniffing Out Crappy Science
Inclusive Teaching Strategies
To Boost Higher-Order Thinking, Try Curation
Diversity & Inclusive Teaching
Goal Setting Intervention
Do quizzes improve student learning? A look at the evidence
Ecological Validity of the Testing Effect: The Use of Daily Quizzes in Introductory Psychology
Learning Styles: Concepts and Evidence
Learners' Ability to Decide What Not to Study
Why You Might Love Working at a Teaching College
National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science
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Test-Enhanced Learning: Taking Memory Tests Improves Long-Term Retention
Transparency and Problem-Centered Learning
Looking and Learning: Visual Literacy across the Disciplines
Why Flunking Exams Is Actually a Good Thing
You Probably Believe Some Learning Myths: Take Our Quiz To Find Out
The Myths That Persist About How We Learn
Open Educational Resources Guide from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion
How Do Students Learn from Participation in Class Discussion?
How Good Are Your Discussion Facilitation Skills?
U. of Chicago’s Condemning of Safe Spaces and Trigger Warnings Reignites Debate
Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class
Teacher Misbehavior and its Effects on Student Interest and Engagement
The Distracted Classroom
The Mind That Wanders: Challenges and Potential Benefits of Mind Wandering in Education
Brain Drain: The Mere Presence of One’s Own Smartphone Reduces Available Cognitive Capacity
Brain Science Explains The Most Productive Ways To Procrastinate
Helping Professors Find Time to Think
How to Build a Productive Summer
Enhancing Daily Well-Being at Work Through Lunchtime Park Walks and Relaxation Exercises: Recovery Experiences as Mediators
Who’s Doing What, and Who’s Getting What?
When Debate Dies, Who Loses?
Why We Hate Our Own Meetings
How to Lead Effective Meetings
Avoiding Gender Bias in Reference Writing
Writing a Letter of Recommendation
Mentoring Undergraduate Research
the Cognitive Scientist
Casting Out Nines
Higher Ed Mash Up
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