Teaching Resources


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  • On Course Newsletter: send a blank email message to Oncourse-on@mail-list.com; go here for more information about On Course.
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  • Faculty Focus weekly updates and access to full reports: www.facultyfocus.com. Here are some reports that are available for immediate download:
Put to the Test: Making Sense of Educational AssessmentTeaching Mistakes from the College Classroom
Philosophy of Teaching Statements: Examples and Tips on How to Write a Teaching of Philosophy Statement10 Effective Classroom Management Techniques Every Faculty Member Should Know
Strategies for Teaching Large ClassesTips for Encouraging Student Participation in Classroom Discussions


CERTI Library available at 207 Norwood with 50 titles on the following subjects:
  • Teaching and learning
  • Student success
  • Faculty professional development
  • Assessment
  • Education research

Go here for a complete listing of titles. 

Websites related to teaching, learning and faculty development:

Association of American Colleges and Universities
Sections on: Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER); technology and learning; faculty roles and responsibilities; faculty development

Carnegie Mellon University Center for Teaching Excellence
Sections on: Resources for enhancing education; teaching best practices; teaching with technology; evaluation and assessment; Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and the Office of Technology for Education

Indiana University
An article about Just-In-Time Teaching founder Gregor Novak, physics professor at Indiana University.

Institute for Transforming Undergraduate Education
This institute's website at the University of Delaware features several pages on Problem-Based Learning strategies.

A professional and organizational development network in higher education.

Mazur Group
A website featuring research and teaching from Eric Mazur, Harvard physics professor and author of "Peer Instruction," an active learning technique.

National Center for Academic Transformation
NCAT is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to the effective use of information technology to improve student learning outcomes and reduce the cost of higher education.

Science Education Initiative
Personal Response System (clicker) resources from the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative at the University of British Columbia, including a resource guide, instructional videos, articles, links and other information.

University of Missouri-Columbia Teaching and Learning Center (TLC)
Consultations; faculty development incentive grants

University of Missouri-Columbia Teaching and Research Toolbox for Faculty
Includes basic information to get new faculty started and provides resources for most areas of practice for all faculty