Why?

Inspire students and encourage discussion of current research.

How?

Step 1: 

Find a suitable recently published piece of your own or a colleague's work. It could be anything from a recent paper you got published or a blog post to a colleague's Ted talk.

Step 2: 

Share it with students in the Class Feed and invite them to discuss it by commenting on the post.

Example:

Jan-Emmanuel De Neve (an Aula educator at the Said Business School at Oxford University) often shares his own published material (such as this Ted talk) in the Class Feed to start off discussions.

Advanced tips

You could try to share a research paper that you have not yet published and invite students to give you feedback on your work.


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