This resource describes different categories of assessments and provides common examples of each. It also discusses the various roles assessment can play in teaching and learning, including options for providing feedback to students. The terms assessment and assignment may be used interchangeably.
A simple introduction to the use of Google Drive and associated apps, including frequently asked questions, links to helpful resources, and sample uses of the most common apps for both faculty and students.
An overview of the flipped classroom, its pros and cons, and a bibliography of relevant research.
“Netiquette” or “internet etiquette,” describes the recommended communication and behavior of online communication. Having a netiquette policy for your course can help minimize the chances of miscommunication and perceived disrespect.
Transcript for the Challenging Discussions modules
A brief overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and its connection to USC course design and teaching.
A collection of tips for instructors who are developing rubrics for grading their assignments.
This document is a job aid to assist TAs with supporting students who may be in the following situations. For each situation, required or recommended actions are specified.
Flowcharts outlining faculty peer-evaluation processes
A guide on how to use the strategic questioning process and strategic questions, with sample questions for each step of the process, for class discussions that may become challenging because they touch on personal or social change.