Overview of a generalized process for accomplishing faculty peer review.
Resources: Gen Ed courses
An introduction to the flipped course, a course design style that is more consistent with theories of human learning than traditional lecture-style courses and supported by educational research.
This document is a job aid to assist faculty, including online faculty, with supporting students who may be in the following situations. For each situation, required or recommended actions are specified.
A description of a norming session, and a recommended facilitation process for holding a norming session that trains multiple TAs of the same course to grade consistently using a rubric.
An introduction to instructor feedback, including examples.
A compilation of teaching techniques and strategies that can minimize unproductive stress in students and support students who are dealing with trauma.
This resource provides an explanation of a hybrid streaming course design model, sometimes referred to as HyFlex, and faculty considerations for course planning and design.
A review of instructor and student-led types of academic discussion, and specific processes for how each type may be conducted during class.
An introduction to Bloom’s Taxonomy and its use in designing course learning objectives and assessments.
This template ties an assignment to the course learning objective it is meant to measure, briefly describes the assignment essentials, outlines the steps to complete the assignment, and references the grading rubric that will be used to assess the assignment.