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Resources for Autumn Quarter

Teaching Playbook. This updated resource offers a guide to the many elements of planning and delivering your course. New sections cover establishing your course norms, fostering a classroom community, encouraging participation, gathering student feedback, and more!  

Teaching in the AI Era. Wondering about how to account for new and developing AI tools in your course? This resource provides top tips and answers to FAQs that cover crafting AI-use course policies, using AI tools in the classroom, and strategies for assignment design. 

GSB Student Voices Panel: Event Highlights. This resource shares highlights of a student panel event held on May 24, 2023. At this event, students shared their experiences of how GSB faculty have cultivated inclusion, invited diverse perspectives, and encouraged productive disagreement in their classrooms. The resource collects students’ insights, perspectives, and actionable tips that you may consider adapting for your own courses.

Faculty Tips: Teaching with Presence and Connection. What makes GSB’s award winning instructors so successful in the classroom? GSB Lecturers and co-instructors of Acting with Power Dan Klein and Melissa Jones Briggs spoke with several to capture their best advice and learn more. This five-video series features GSB instructors Matt Abrahams, Baba Shiv, Anne Beyer, Robert Siegel, Deborah Gruenfeld, and Sarah Soule.

Collecting Mid-quarter Student Feedback. Mid-quarter surveys are a highly flexible tool for gathering feedback from your students about what is and isn’t working in your course in real time. In this resource, we provide steps for collecting feedback, including modifiable templates that you can easily add to your course. We also offer tips and suggestions to address challenges that may arise and make the most of mid-quarter feedback.

Asynchronous Course Discussions. Find out how to extend classroom conversations and create space for students to ask questions outside of class, using asynchronous discussion tools like Slack or the Canvas Discussions feature. This article gives suggestions for how to leverage asynchronous discussions in your course and some tips for getting started.

Resources for getting started with using Zoom for remote teaching at GSB.

Resources for addressing specific teaching scenarios and challenges.

Resources for communicating expectations, establishing norms, and promoting engagement in online courses.

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