- The First Day of Class: A Once-a-Semester Opportunity
- In search of a drought strategy, California looks down under - NPR story that discusses the water version of cap and trade
- From the Archives: Getting ready for the new semester - great collection of posts from ProfHacker
- Making the most of the syllabus - how do you get students to read the syllabus?
- Professor offers best advice for college freshman - share with your students!
- What fitness bands can teach us about classroom assessment
- The Learning Curve: Dropping knowledge on dropout rates - if you teach quantitative literacy, education policy provides a ton of good examples
- Do student evaluations of teaching really get an "F"? - an important response to the media hype about SETs
- Everything you ever wanted to know about peer instruction, Part 2 - great overview!
- Fostering an active online discussion
- The flipped classroom FAQ - another great overview
- College is not a commodity. Stop treating it like one.
- This Day in Economic History - great site for econ trivia
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Wednesday, August 26, 2015
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