Other Common Teaching Topics
Have you received guidance in how to write effective test questions or format your exams well? Most of us haven't! Learn more through these resources.
When it comes to academic dishonesty, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! Use these resources to learn how to prevent and deal with cheating and plagiarism.
Well-constructed rubrics can streamline grading, provide formative feedback, and enable self-assessment.
Learning objectives are the foundation of well-designed instruction. To improve your learning objectives, use the resources here.
Leading class discussion can sometimes be frustrating or intimidating. Learn more about effective ways to structure, prepare, and lead your class discussions.
Tackling Tough Topics
Discussing certain topics can be intimidating for instructors and students. Learn more about tackling tough topics in the classroom.
Summer and Intersession Teaching
These compressed course formats often require restructuring and different use of class time to be effective. Learn more about effective strategies through the resources below.
An entire department has been formed to support you in online teaching, the Department of Online Education and Training (OET). While they're expanding their website, we continue to offer these resources for those teaching online courses.
Affordable Course Materials
Textbook prices have soared in recent years, while options for accessing low-cost and free course materials have proliferated. Here are several important gateways to more affordable resources.
Accessible Course Materials
Are your course materials accessible? If not, here are some resources to help you create accessible documents and presentations.
Flipping Your Class
Flipping your class allows you to act as a guide in the classroom and maximizes opportunities for in-class application, practice, and feedback. Learn more about flipping your classroom.
Concise documents on a variety of topics:
- 5 Principles of Effective Instruction
- 6 Tips for Teaching with Principles of Adult Learning Theory
- 15 Tips for Giving Effective Feedback When Time is Short
- How to Create Effective Summer & Intersession Classes
- How to Foster Critical Thinking
- Using Midterm Course Evaluations
- Guidance for Unusual Lettter Grades