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We often have opportunities to learn and guide our academic peers — why not get the most out of it? ... More>
A new Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) will include a subtest on the behavioral and social sciences that could have implications in how medicine is practiced. ... More>
Teaching Current Directions
There’s more to romantic attachment than meets the eye. Instructors share scientific research about how love interests can get under your skin. ... More>
Student-professor interaction can be challenging and confusing for first-time teachers. Inexperienced instructors must learn to set boundaries and maintain a professional tone in the classroom. ... More>
Behavior problems don’t just occur in elementary and high school classrooms — they are a concern in postsecondary classrooms, too. In large college classrooms, strategies such as greeting students, facilitating study groups, and planning regular breaks can combat inappropriate behavior. ... More>