Resources: Course materials
Building a community of contribution: Best practices shared from a class of ethics in hospitality and tourism
Diana Beltran discusses how to integrate ethical discussions in her classroom at Bovard College during the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
Creating a JEDI Environment
Andrae Alexander from the Thorton School of Music discusses justice, equity, diversity and inclusion during the September 2021 Faculty Showcase.
Foundations of CET pedagogy
The following set of videos provide an overview of the theories, models, techniques, and strategies promoted by the USC Center for Excellence in Teaching.
Reaching all students
Inclusive teaching through Universal Design for Learning (UDL), setting the course environment, classroom norms, accommodations, and authentic assessment.
Promoting student growth
Developing student skill levels through scaffolding, a growth mindset, a positive class environment, aligned assessments, effective assignment descriptions, and transparent grading.
Effective direct instruction
The development and delivery of course content, including principles of multimedia instruction, flipped resources, and inclusivity.
Core principles of instruction
Foundational teaching principles, including course design, learning objectives, course alignment, assessment, and lesson structure.
Challenging discussions 1: Welcome and introduction
An introduction to the CET Challenging Discussions series and the principles guiding its development.
Deciding between synchronous & asynchronous modes of teaching
Considerations to inform your decision on when, why, and how course materials and activities should be accomplished asynchronously or synchronously.