This resource provides considerations for faculty when choosing assignments for a course and examples of assessments.
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A brief introduction to mindfulness including examples of contemplative pedagogical practices that can be incorporated into courses to support student learning and wellbeing. Created in collaboration with Mindful USC.
A description, definition, and examples of active learning techniques in clinical settings. This document provides a planning guide for facilitating active learning in a variety of clinical or simulated settings as well as examples to get started.
This resource provides a brief introduction to AI generators with considerations and examples of how these tools can be incorporated into assignments to advance student learning.
This resource provides ideas and examples of how faculty can use AI generators to generate ideas for the design of syllabi, assignments, and learning activities.
This resource provides tips and considerations for instructors to reduce grading workload, improve efficiency, and attend to their own wellbeing, particularly at the end of a semester, by revising course design, assignments, or teaching practices.
A brief description of case study as a teaching method to improve student critical thinking, collaboration, and communication in various disciplines.
A description of instructional scaffolding – the process of breaking an assignment into smaller steps – and options for scaffolding assignments and learning experiences.
An introduction to student engagement and the High Impact Practices (HIPs) that can be implemented in individual courses.
A compilation of teaching techniques and strategies that can minimize unproductive stress in students and support students who are dealing with trauma.