During the search conference last March, we set the goal to organize a meeting to share (ideas for) statistical education with no or less emphasis on NHST. This meeting took place on November 25 and consisted of three presentation and fruitful discussions. The presentations focused on various innovations in methods and statistics courses in the life and behavioral sciences focusing on a critical view on the use of NHST. We exchanged experiences and ideas on how we can teach our students in statistical courses to look critically at and reflect on (empirical) data, without focusing on statistical significance. Additionally, we discussed how teachers in more substantive courses can be involved and supported in this process. The presentations can be found here.