Simply fabulous. I recommend the whole thing, but here are five of the ones I liked best:
An introduction to brevity: Student turns in an essay, professor deletes every other word and shows them how much better it sounds. . . .
Things you were taught but should quickly forget: A group of business owners tells students what theories their business professors taught that are theoretical nonsense and should be disregarded as soon as possible. . . .
Statistics for real people: Regardless of major. And practical statistics, with real-world problems that you'd actually encounter and can solve with a calculator or Excel. . . .
An examination of the easiest ways to ruin your life: Course has three parts: debt, diet, and exercise. . . .
Understanding compound interest 101: Students are given one homework assignment on the first day, two on the next day, four on the next, then eight, 16, 32. Once someone points out how absurd this is the professor says, "Yes, it's completely absurd. Now go invest your money."